IS Prime Expands Sales Team with Two New Appointments

IS Prime, part of ISAM Capital Markets, has expanded its institutional sales team with the appointments of Daniel Lewis and Jodie Barrett

Daniel Lewis joins the FCA regulated Prime of Prime from ATFX UK where was he was a Relationship Manager. Prior to that, he spent two years as a Corporate Trader at Firma Foreign Exchange. Jodie Barrett joins from technology specialist, Pirum.

Paul Jackson, Sales Director, IS Prime comments, “Over the last financial year, as reported when we released our results, IS Prime virtually doubled its turnover in Europe and saw major growth in Asia and the Middle East. Since then, we have continued to expand across all regions. We have invested in growing our sales team in order to facilitate the increased demand for our services and to maximise opportunities for further growth.

“Daniel and Jodie both have a proven track record in forging strong client relationships and we are delighted to welcome them to the IS Prime team.”

Daniel Lewis says, “IS Prime has an excellent reputation worldwide and an impressive track record as a market-leading Prime of Prime. This is a great opportunity for me and a natural next step in my career. My broad range of experience in the brokerage industry gives me the market knowledge and relationships to help IS Prime continue to drive its business forward.”

Jodie Barrett adds, “I am excited to have joined such a dynamic, fast-growing firm and to be playing a role in their continued growth by selling IS Prime’s customisable liquidity, technology, and risk services.”

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