Breaking News: Andrew Gibson joins FastMatch as Sales Director

Prominent North American electronic communication network (ECN) for FX trading FastMatch has today announced that Andrew Gibson has been appointed Sales Director. Assuming his new position today, December 14, Mr. Gibson brings almost thirty years of experience with him and takes this senior executive position within a highly effective firm which makes up part of […]

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Prominent North American electronic communication network (ECN) for FX trading FastMatch has today announced that Andrew Gibson has been appointed Sales Director.

Assuming his new position today, December 14, Mr. Gibson brings almost thirty years of experience with him and takes this senior executive position within a highly effective firm which makes up part of FXCM’s institutional contingent.

Andrew Gibson

Mr. Gibson has a longstanding career in the FX industry at senior level, having spent the last year at TradAir as Global Sales Director, the penultimate in a series of high profile positions.

Before joining TradAir, Mr. Gibson was Sales Manager for FX Products at ABN AMro Clearing Bank NV, where he focused on building out the firm’s FX clearing services, Strategy and Sales, a position that he held for six and a half years.

Between 2007 and 2011, Mr. Gibson was Sales Manager for FX Products at Fortis Bank Global Clearing NV, a position which was preceded by five and a half years at ForexManage as Sales Manager within the firm’s software division.

Dating back to the beginning of the Millenium, Mr. Gibson spent two years at Qanat Ltd in Sales and Marketing, after having been responsible for Sales and Marketing at TraderTools between 1998 and 2000.

Mr. Gibson began his career almost thirty years ago at Refco as an Account Executive, a company at which he stayed for eleven years.

Featured photograph: FastMatch’s New York Head Office. Copyright Andrew Saks-McLeod

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