Divisa Capital appoints Paul Ambrose as Head of Business Development

As Divisa Capital expands its business in London, Paul Ambrose joins the firm bringing with him institutional experience from some of London’s large firms.

British FX liquidity provider Divisa Capital has appointed Paul Ambrose as Head of Business Development.

Mr. Ambrose joins the firm, which is headed by CEO Mushegh Tovmasyan, former COO of Alpari UK and one of London’s astute institutional FX executives, alongside COO Norbert Lukasiewicz, , who was Director and Global Segment Head for Retail Brokers at Integral Development Corporation before joining Mr. Tovmasyan in 2014.

Mr. Ambrose joins Divisa Capital with 10 years of experience within London’s electronic trading industry, having graduated from Loughborough University in 2005 with a BA in Politics with Economics before joining Guardian Knot in 2006 as Project Manager.

One year later, Mr. Ambrose moved to Deutsche Bank as a Trader, before joining City Index (now GAIN Capital) in 2009 as an Account Executive.

A short stint at AxiTrader as a Senior Sales Trader ensued in 2010, after which point Mr. Ambrose joined FIXI PLC in Business Development, this being his foray into the development of institutional liquidity solutions.

Following on from that, Mr. Ambrose was a Business Development Executive at Velocity Trade between August 2013 and April this year, where he specialized in providing wholesale liquidity, prime of prime Services and deliverable FX solutions to brokers.


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