Tokkyo FX Appoints Mark Foulger as Head of Sales

Through its liquidity network and data centers in three continents, Tokkyo FX provides pricing in 40 currency pairs.

Tokkyo FX, a London-based market maker, has appointed Mark Foulger as its newest Head of Sales.

Tokkyo FX expects Foulger’s industry experience, which dates back to 2003, and deep relationships to strengthen its global sales capabilities as it looks to expand its reach and continue to build market share.

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Through its liquidity network around the world and data centers in three continents, Tokkyo FX provides a liquidity pool and pricing in 40 currency pairs.

Foulger has over 16 years’ experience in the financial services industry. Earlier in his career, he worked at Integral Development Corporation, having served as its Vice President of Sales – EMEA, dating back to mid-2013.

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Mark Foulger

Furthermore, he had worked in a number of sales level roles in the financial services and foreign exchange (FX) industry, including London Capital Group (LCG), GFT UK, and CMC Markets, among others. He has cut his teeth in a number of other senior sales roles where he was focused on developing and expanding the FX sales capabilities in the UK and beyond.


Mark joins Tokkyo FX from TradAir where he worked for over four years as its Director of Sales – Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), according to information available on his LinkedIn profile.

In his most recent role at TradAir, Foulger was also based out of London and was tasked with fortifying and procuring sales from the firm’s globally diversified clientele.

TradAir has recently upgraded its trading solution as the company continues to undergo more integrations that are designed to make it more dynamic for cryptocurrency traders. Most recently, the Israel-based provider of cloud trading technology solutions announced a partnership agreement with Chicago-based crypto exchange Seed CX to leverage a suite of over-the-counter (OTC) trade settlement services that were recently launched by Seed CX’s digital asset and fiat currency custodian subsidiary, Zero Hash.

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