Sucden Financial Limited, an independent broker based in the city of London, has managed to recruit Gabriela Liber as a Senior Executive for its electronic foreign exchange (forex) sales department, Finance Magnates has learned.
According to Liber’s LinkedIn profile, she joined the UK broker as a Senior eFX Sales Executive in February of this year and is based in London. She joins the firm with a career spanning 18 years, which has been focused on FX positions.
Gabriela Liber’s Career Before Sucden Financial
Liber joins Sucden Financial from Divisa Capital, where she worked in FX Institutional Sales for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, her profile states. Here she was employed from January of 2018 until August of 2018.
It was in 2001 when Liber first began her career in the FX industry, starting at the Union Bank of Israel in FX Voice Sales. Here she managed FX Spot, Forwards, Swaps and Vanilla options and was a project manager for FX Electronic Trading Platform.
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After ending her time with the Israel Bank in December of 2002, she moved on to Tullett Prebon in May 2003, as an FX Broker, Options. Whilst here, until October of 2004, she was an interbank forex options broker for London-based and regional banks for emerging market currencies.
According to her LinkedIn, at Tullett Prebon, she established the ILS FX Options business. This was achieved by driving all Israeli banks to execute interests using the firm’s interbank services.
After leaving Tullett Prebon, from 2004 until May of 2013, Liber worked at three firms – Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Thomson Reuters and Credit Suisse. At all of these firms, she held forex-based roles such as AVP FX Options desk at the BoA and Business Development and Sales Manager, eFX Options Interbank at Thomson Reuters.
Most recently, before Liber was employed at Divisa Capital, she was a Director of FX Liquidity Management at TraderTools and then later in 2016, at TradeAir.
Finance Magnates has reached out for further details on Liber’s appointment, but at the time of publishing, we have not yet received a response.