TradAir, a provider of cloud-based trading technology solutions, has made a new senior appointment to its executive team. The group has added Sebastien Donadio as Chief Technology Officer, who joins TradAir with over a decade of experience across leading software and computing roles.
In his new role as its Chief Technology Officer, Donadio will be based out of New York, working extensively with TradAir’s teams globally. As a veteran in software engineering, his prowess with multiple projects as well as technology relating to FX will be an asset for the group.
TradAir makes veteran appointment
Viral Tolat, the recently appointed CEO of TradAir since May 2018 commented on the new appointment: “TradAir is excited to add Sebastien to our management team. Sebastien is both a hands-on individual contributor as well as seasoned manager and an expert in our field. Sebastien will focus on growing our technology lead and addressing market needs at these interesting times.”
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Prior to joining TradAir, Donadio worked for a collective thirteen years of experience in multiple different segments. This includes both the financial services and defense software space, having specialized in the field of high-performance computing and software design and development.
He joins TradAir from HC Technologies, having worked as its Head of Software Engineering. Donadio also worked as a quantitative technologist at Sun Trading, with additional roles leading the technology of a high-frequency FX hedge-fund.
“While the technology and market opportunity where key points in my decision to join TradAir the most important factor were the people and culture. In TradAir I found a group of likeminded, highly motivated individuals working as a team to achieve their goals,” explained Donadio exclusively to Finance Magnates.
TradAir made headlines earlier this month after having BlockFills go live with its trading platform. The platform is a result of TradAir and BlockFills’ collaboration. Back in June, the companies partnered together to create a new software, and already, have brought the platform to the market.