Breaking News: Invast Financial Services CEO Brendan Gunn leaves the company

FinanceFeeds has learned that Brendan Gunn, CEO of Invast Financial Services, the Australian division of Japanese electronic trading giant Invast Securities, has left the company. Mr. Gunn had led the Australian operations at Invast since February 2013, and had been with the company as CEO for almost three years. He joined the company from GFT […]

FinanceFeeds has learned that Brendan Gunn, CEO of Invast Financial Services, the Australian division of Japanese electronic trading giant Invast Securities, has left the company.

Mr. Gunn had led the Australian operations at Invast since February 2013, and had been with the company as CEO for almost three years.

He joined the company from GFT Markets, where he was Director for Global Client Services for the Asia Pacific, a position that he held for six years, having joined GFT in September 2006 in Sydney, Australia.

Brendan Gunn

Mr. Gunn joined the FX industry nine years ago, having worked at The Comunicom Group as National Sales Manager for four years prior to joining GFT Markets, after completing his education at The Kings School in 2001.

An alumnus of Western Sydney University, Mr. Gunn continued his academic education into recent years, with an AFMA diploma in Financial Markets which he completed in 2012.

Mr. Gunn is currently seeking new opportunities, and has not been hired by a new employer as yet.

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