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Wells Fargo Adds Niall Brady to Institutional FX Sales Team

by Arnab Shome
  • He brings 24 years of experience to the new role.
  • He previously worked at Natwest and a few other giants.
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Wells Fargo has strengthened its Institutional Forex Sales team with the latest hiring of Niall Brady. He has joined the London offices of an American multinational financial services company.

Niall Brady Joins Wells Fargo

“A fresh challenge for the new year. Delighted to have joined the team at Wells Fargo in London, to assist with the continuing expansion of their institutional client business globally,” Brady wrote in a Linkedin post.

Brady is a forex industry expert with about 24 years of experience under his belt. He joined Wells Fargo from the London offices of NatWest Corporates and Institutions, where he joined as the Head of FX Flow Execution Services for EMEA and separated as the Head of Banks, Brokers, and Systematic Funds Sales for Rates & FX. Initially, he joined the Royal Bank of Scotland, which rebranded to NatWest in mid-2020 in August 2008, as the Director of FX Institutional Sales.

Wells Fargo, Niall Brady

After graduating from Kingston University, he started his career at Groupe Crédit Agricole as a Spot FX Trader. In his seven-year-long tenure at the company, he became a part of the UK and Ireland Institutional FX Sales team and was later promoted to Vice President of FX Sales for New York. In addition, he spent more than a couple of years at ABN AMRO Bank NV as the Director of FX Institutional Sales.

Check out the recent London Summit session on "Risk Management for Turbulent Times."

Several Institutional FX Appointments

Moreover, several other major financial services companies bolstered their FX divisions with new hires and promotions. Most recently, Barclays hired Tim Albers, Nomura’s former Head of FX Structuring, as its Head of FX Strats and Structuring. Earlier this month, Bloomberg promoted Paula Fry to the role of Global Head of Fixed Income and FX Trading Liquidity, while BCG Partners hired FX Sales expert Ian Daniels as the Global Head of Fenics NDF.

Wells Fargo has strengthened its Institutional Forex Sales team with the latest hiring of Niall Brady. He has joined the London offices of an American multinational financial services company.

Niall Brady Joins Wells Fargo

“A fresh challenge for the new year. Delighted to have joined the team at Wells Fargo in London, to assist with the continuing expansion of their institutional client business globally,” Brady wrote in a Linkedin post.

Brady is a forex industry expert with about 24 years of experience under his belt. He joined Wells Fargo from the London offices of NatWest Corporates and Institutions, where he joined as the Head of FX Flow Execution Services for EMEA and separated as the Head of Banks, Brokers, and Systematic Funds Sales for Rates & FX. Initially, he joined the Royal Bank of Scotland, which rebranded to NatWest in mid-2020 in August 2008, as the Director of FX Institutional Sales.

Wells Fargo, Niall Brady

After graduating from Kingston University, he started his career at Groupe Crédit Agricole as a Spot FX Trader. In his seven-year-long tenure at the company, he became a part of the UK and Ireland Institutional FX Sales team and was later promoted to Vice President of FX Sales for New York. In addition, he spent more than a couple of years at ABN AMRO Bank NV as the Director of FX Institutional Sales.

Check out the recent London Summit session on "Risk Management for Turbulent Times."

Several Institutional FX Appointments

Moreover, several other major financial services companies bolstered their FX divisions with new hires and promotions. Most recently, Barclays hired Tim Albers, Nomura’s former Head of FX Structuring, as its Head of FX Strats and Structuring. Earlier this month, Bloomberg promoted Paula Fry to the role of Global Head of Fixed Income and FX Trading Liquidity, while BCG Partners hired FX Sales expert Ian Daniels as the Global Head of Fenics NDF.

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