Former EBS and SE Bank senior sales exec Al Crane to commence Head of Institutional Sales position at ADS Securities on Feb 1 - FinanceFeeds

Former EBS and SE Bank senior sales exec Al Crane to commence Head of Institutional Sales position at ADS Securities on Feb 1

At the end of last year, ADS Securities informed FinanceFeeds that Al Crane, who was a former Global eFX Sales…

At the end of last year, ADS Securities informed FinanceFeeds that Al Crane, who was a former Global eFX Sales senior executive at SE Bank, was set to join ADS Securities London operations as Head of Institutional Sales for Europe and the Americas.

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Al Crane

Today, ADS Securities London has officially announced that Mr. Crane’s appointment will become effective from February 1, 2016.

Having held senior positions with Standard Chartered, BNP Paribas, WestLB and institutional electronic brokerage EBS as well as SE Bank where he focused on institutional sales which included the OREX platform and relationships with white label partners, Mr. Crane is highly experienced in institutional foreign exchange sales as well as the OREX solution which is used by ADS Securities’ institutional division.

Today, James Watson, Managing Director of ADS Securities London made a commercial statement on the appointment of Mr. Crane

“The institutional FX market is constantly evolving with increases in the cost of credit and reduced access to PBs and liquidity creating challenges for all FX traders. Our ability to offer Prime-of-Prime, Principal Trading and our continued investment in new technology puts us in a great position to bring new products and services to the market. Al is joining us to lead the team which will build this business area, focusing on the large number of international banks who are looking for new trading lines.”

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