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Integral appoints Mike Bartelli as liquidity manager

Mike joins Integral following a distinguished career in the Forex industry. He brings to the role more than three decades of experience at major global vendors, where he was mainly focused on managing liquidity and e-FX institutional trading.

Prior to Integral, Mike served for nearly 12 years Refinitiv, an LSEG business that’s partially owned by Thomson Reuters, in many roles including as Director, Senior FX Relationship Management / Liquidity Management / Transactions Sales.

A six-year tenure as a senior vice president and head of support at Lava Trading (LavaFX) took his career between 2004 and 2006, part of a lengthy career dating back to 1992.

In his capacity, Mike will be responsible for developing and implementing liquidity management strategies, closely monitoring client positions, and forecasting future requirements. To that end, he will collaborate with various teams within Integral, such as finance and risk management, to establish effective liquidity policies and procedures.

Integral’s end-to-end eFX trading and workflow solution has been specifically built for the broker community. The company’s SaaS technology, available at a fixed subscription cost, enables platforms like Capital.com to focus on growing their business without worrying about additional brokerage fees.

Earlier last year, Integral  expanded its technology services in Asia with a new trading data centre in Singapore. Integral’s cloud-based SaaS FX workflow platform went live on Equinix’s Singapore SG1 data center, which enables it to provide localized liquidity and execution services from a Singapore base.

The move provides banks, brokers and other market participants with a complete eFX system for their internal traders and external customers. On top of that, it also improves the trading experience for local partners in Singapore and the APAC region. Specifically, local clients will be able to deploy pricing engines, algos, connectivity and distribution tools immediately, as well as making prices, obtaining liquidity and hosting algorithms in a low latency configuration.

The Singapore presence adds to Integral’s existing operations in London and New York, as well as marks the firm’s third major global foreign exchange trading location. Founded in 1993, Integral maintains development, support, and sales offices in Palo Alto, New York, London, Tokyo, Singapore and Bangalore.

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