Exclusive: Divisa Capital hires Former Morgan Stanley FX PB Exec Lauren Kiley

The new hire reaffirms Divisa Capital’s commitment to expanding its business.

Institutional foreign exchange and CFDs liquidity provider Divisa Capital is continuing to onboard new talent. After last month saw the hire of Hormoz Faryar from ADS Securities as new Head of Sales, Divisa Capital has attracted another high profile executive.

Divisa Capital’s new hire is Lauren Kiley who is joining after serving as Director at France’s second largest bank by assets, Credit Agricole. Based in London, Kiley has over 10 years of experience in a variety of foreign exchange-centered roles at Morgan Stanley and Credit Agricole in New York and London.

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While working as Vice President of Morgan Stanley’s prime brokerage, Mrs Kiley managed high profile FX prime broker accounts while also overseeing the credit line enhancements of the bank. She is experienced in spot, forward, swaps and options products, with a history of delivering automation improvement and market reporting.

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Commenting on the company’s new hire, the CEO of Divisa Capital, Mushegh Tovmasyan, said: “Lauren’s core expertise in Institutional Prime Brokerage and bank-related sales and liquidity management ties in very well with our growth strategy globally, where strong bank relationships, key product knowledge and a well-structured PB setup is required.”

Divisa Capital is continuing to build a robust team to bolster the company’s ambitions in the institutional space. The company is providing liquidity across multiple assets and has recently announced a deal with a Middle Eastern investor who committed $100 million that will be used for the company’s ongoing expansion.

The company is continuing its commitment to providing a highly capitalized offering whilst boosting existing relationships with PBs and setting up bilateral partnerships to offer clients enhanced liquidity.


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