Vlad Khandros has left his role as Head of Corporate Development at Trumid to take up the position of Chief Executive Officer at the financial technology company, OneChronos.

Khandros will become the Chief Executive Officer of OneChronos Capital Markets, a subsidiary of OCX Group Inc, and is understood that he will report to Kelly Littlepage, the Co-Founder, and CEO of OneChronos.

The New York-headquartered company was founded in 2015 by Kelly Littlepage and Stephen Johnson and recently went live with an AI-powered trading platform that enables institutional investors to bid for stocks in an automated auction.

The company's technology, allows potential buyers to dictate at a given time, what they think the value of a portfolio or large quantity of stocks is, known as an 'expressive' bid. Trades occur when the system pairs bids from the buy and sell sides through periodic auctions and the values match from both parties.

Khandros, a former Forbes 30 under 30, left Trumid after a little under two years at the electronic bond-trading platform headquartered in New York.

Before joining Trumid, Khandros worked for UBS Group for almost a full decade. Having served in a number of roles at UBS Group, Khandros departed as the Managing Director in 2021.

Vlad Khandros has left his role as Head of Corporate Development at Trumid to take up the position of Chief Executive Officer at the financial technology company, OneChronos.

Khandros will become the Chief Executive Officer of OneChronos Capital Markets, a subsidiary of OCX Group Inc, and is understood that he will report to Kelly Littlepage, the Co-Founder, and CEO of OneChronos.

The New York-headquartered company was founded in 2015 by Kelly Littlepage and Stephen Johnson and recently went live with an AI-powered trading platform that enables institutional investors to bid for stocks in an automated auction.

The company's technology, allows potential buyers to dictate at a given time, what they think the value of a portfolio or large quantity of stocks is, known as an 'expressive' bid. Trades occur when the system pairs bids from the buy and sell sides through periodic auctions and the values match from both parties.

Khandros, a former Forbes 30 under 30, left Trumid after a little under two years at the electronic bond-trading platform headquartered in New York.

Before joining Trumid, Khandros worked for UBS Group for almost a full decade. Having served in a number of roles at UBS Group, Khandros departed as the Managing Director in 2021.