Exclusive: Co-Head Global eFX Coverage at ADS Securities Bryan Seegers resigns

After seven years at ADS Securities, Bryan Seegers moves on

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United Arab Emirates based multinational FX company ADS Securities today waves goodbye to yet another senior executive.

FinanceFeeds today spoke to Bryan Seegers, the company’s Co-Head of Global eFX Coverage, who has tendered his resignation from the company.

Mr. Seegers is a highly respected senior executive within the institutional sector of the electronic trading industry, who joined ADS Securities in July 2012 as a Senior FX dealer, before moving to head the firm’s eFX Pricing and Execution effort a year later, before being made Director of eFX Pricing and Execution in June 2014, a position that led to his ultimate senior management post with responsibilities relating to relationship management, client services and liquidity management.

Bryan Seegers

Mr. Seegers joined ADS Securities five years ago from Alpari’s US division in New York, having spent two years at the company as Chief Dealer.

Educated at University of Rhode Island’s College of Business Administration, Mr Seegers holds a Batchelor of Science degree in Finance.

Mr. Seegers’ departure is the most recent of a series of exits by senior executives from ADS Securities, including James Watson, Managing Director of the company’s European operations based in London, who last month took up a position as Commercial Advisor to the Board at PayDashboard Ltd.

Speaking to FinanceFeeds this morning, Mr. Seegers said “I would like to thank ADS and specifically Nael and Philippe for a great 5 years. In that time I have watched ADS grow into a dominant player in the Brokerage space. I wish them continued success in the years to come.”

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