Matthew Avery returns to Integral Development Corporation as Sales Director

Integral Development Corporation has welcomed Matthew Avery back to its fold after six months at INTL FCStone a Head of eFX Distribution. Mr, Avery has rejoined Integral, this time in the senior position of Sales Director for the EMEA region, having left the firm in February this year to join INTL FCStone. Prior to joining […]

Integral Development Corporation has welcomed Matthew Avery back to its fold after six months at INTL FCStone a Head of eFX Distribution.

Mr, Avery has rejoined Integral, this time in the senior position of Sales Director for the EMEA region, having left the firm in February this year to join INTL FCStone.

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Prior to joining INTL FCStone, Mr. Avery was Head of Bank Sales at Integral Development Corporation, a directorship position in which he was responsible for new business sales and account management for banks and institutional brokers since August 2014.

Previously, Mr. Avery held the position of Head of Account Management at Integral Development Corporation between February 2013 and August last year, his first directorship appointment at the company following a year as Sales and Account Manager.

Having joined Integral Development Corporation for the first time in April 2012, Mr. Avery had extensive industry experience within a series of renowned companies. He was a Senior FX Sales Trader at FIXI until October 2011, a post which was preceded by five and a half years at ODL Securities as an FX Specialist.

Mr. Avery joined ODL Securities in early 2006 from Refco Trading Services, where he spent a year as FX Trading and Operations Manager, a tenure preceded by three and a half years at Commerzbank AG, where he was a Senior FX dealer.

Before the millenium, Mr. Avery was FX Executive at British firm CMC Markets, having joined the firm in September 1999 after a three year stint at Daiwa Bank, his second posting in the industry after his inaugural position as an FX dealer at UBS in September 1994.

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