Invast Financial Services promotes Gavin White to CEO

This week, FinanceFeeds exclusively reported that Brendan Gunn, CEO of Invast Financial Services had left the company. The Australian subsidiary of Japanese electronic trading giant Invast Securities has now confirmed to FinanceFeeds that the company’s Chief Operating Officer Gavin White has been promoted to CEO. Speaking today to Invast Financial Services with regard to former […]

This week, FinanceFeeds exclusively reported that Brendan Gunn, CEO of Invast Financial Services had left the company.

The Australian subsidiary of Japanese electronic trading giant Invast Securities has now confirmed to FinanceFeeds that the company’s Chief Operating Officer Gavin White has been promoted to CEO.

Speaking today to Invast Financial Services with regard to former CEO Mr. Gunn’s departure, a member of the firm’s senior management explained

Mr. White joined Invast Financial Services in Sydney in June 2013 from Cantor Fitzgerald, where he was Managing Director, responsible for leading the company’s CFD and Prime Services for the APAC region.

Gavin White Invast

Prior to joining Cantor Fitzgerald, Mr. White was Head of FX and CFD Trading for the APAC region at MF Global in Singapore, a position that he held for three years, after a two year tenure at City Index in Sydney, Australia where he was Head of Business Development.

With almost thirty years of experience in the institutional and retail FX industry, Mr. White has held senior positions at major banking institutions including Westpac Institutional Bank, Citi, ABN Amro and Barclays Capital in London, Sydney and Singapore.

Mr. White graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Economics, International Economic Theory and International Political Theory in 1987.

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