Breaking News: FXPRIMUS COO Stephen Leahy leaves the company

Today, Stephen Leahy, COO at FXPRIMUS has announced that he has left the company after exactly one year at the company. Mr. Leahy’s move represents an end to his tenure at the firm which began in March 2015, when he joined FXPRIMUS from liquidity bridge and MT4 integration technology company oneZero in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Mr. Leahy […]

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Today, Stephen Leahy, COO at FXPRIMUS has announced that he has left the company after exactly one year at the company.

Mr. Leahy’s move represents an end to his tenure at the firm which began in March 2015, when he joined FXPRIMUS from liquidity bridge and MT4 integration technology company oneZero in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Mr. Leahy is one of Boston’s astute FX industry professionals, his two years at oneZero having been preceded by 3 and a half years at Captial Markets Access Partners as Managing Member between September 2009 and April 2013.

In August 2006, Mr. Leahy became a Managing Member of Boston-based FX introducing broker Back Bay FX, in conjunction with owner Paul Towne, who still operates the company today.

Mr. Leahy left Back Bay FX in December 2010 after four years at the company, for Capital Markets Access Partners.

At the beginning of the Millennium, Mr. Leahy was a senior dealer at IFX Markets for four years between May 2002 and April 2006, a company which gave rise to a great number of success stories in the Boston area, of which Mr. Leahy is a fine example.

Mr. Leahy has not yet announced the next step in his career.

Photograph: Stephen Leahy discusses the retail FX industry with Andrew Saks-McLeod in Peabody, Massachusetts. Copyright FinanceFeeds

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