Breaking news: Sucden Financial hires former ABN Amro & Integral executive Noel Singh as Head of eFX Development

With senior executive positions within FX divisions of major banks and institutional FX companies including EBS, ABN AMRO and Integral Development Corporation, Noel Singh joins London’s Sucden Financial

Prominent London-based prime of prime brokerage and liquidity provider Sucden Financial has appointed Noel Singh as Head of eFX Development.

Mr. Singh joins Sucden Financial this week from ABN AMRO where he was Product Manager for the bank’s FX Clearing division, having spent two and a half years at the company.

A very experienced professional in the institutional FX sector, Mr. Singh spent four years at SEB Merchant Banking as Head of FX Prime Brokerage between May 2010 and May 2014 before joining ABN AMRO.

Mr. Singh joined SEB Merchant Banking from FX and electronic trading solutions provider Integral Development Corporation, where he was VP Sales for a year between 2008 and 2009, following a year at FXMarketSpace a VP Sales EMEA.

Ten years ago, Mr. Singh was at Dresdner Kleinwort, where he was VP FX Prime Brokerage from 2004 until 2006, a position that was preceded by five years at EBS Dealing Resources, where he was an Account Manager, having joined the firm from Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank’s London operations, where he spent nine years as a Spot FX trader from 1990 until 1999.

 

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