FX sales veteran Richard Bartlett lands at Tomato Energy

abdelaziz Fathi

Richard Bartlett, whose career within the foreign exchanges industry dates back to 2002, has joined the UK-based sustainable energy supplier Tomato Energy as a regional sales manager.

Richard Bartlett

Richard served most recently as the head of sales at FXCubic, a trading technology provider for institutional and retail brokers. Based at the company’s Limassol office in Cyprus, he was tasked with the new business sales of FXCubic’s liquidity management technology. FXCubic API enables brokers to react to changes both in markets and their own books. It also allows for monitoring total exposure and adjusting markups for each instrument independently.

Richard joined FXCubic at a time when it was actively expanding its network of partnerships with renowned technology providers in the financial industry. The company has recently announced successful integrations with TraderEvolution, CoinAPI, Refinitiv Elektron, and many others.

Before joining FXCubic, Bartlett held the position of head of business development at Centroid Solutions, which provides a wide array of services to brokerage firms, including risk management services, connectivity, aggregation, and regulatory reporting.

Prior to his time at Centroid, he spent five years at FX Aggregator and Bridge technology provider PrimeXM. During this long stint, he worked his way up through several senior roles with the firm, culminating with the position of head of sales.

Other stops include different roles at retail FX brands including working for nearly nine months as global head of sales Hot Forex. He also spent nearly three years at FX Global Markets (FXGM), where he was responsible for new business sales output throughout Europe and Australasia.

As he described himself, Bartlett is an accomplished sales professional with over 20 years of experience in consultative sales and sales management. Throughout his career, he managed multiple business development teams both locally and remotely around the world.

“I excel in setting targets, providing sales training, implementing effective sales strategies, and leading my teams with passion and enthusiasm. Being an active member of the management team, I actively contribute to driving the company’s growth by identifying scalable strategies and generating innovative ideas. I prioritize nurturing and maintaining key client relationships to ensure exceptional customer experience and satisfaction,” Bartlett wrote on his LinkedIn profile.

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