Financial Commission Appoints Brian Phillips to its Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC)

Brian Phillips is the latest industry expert to join the Financial Commission’s DRC – which consists of a diverse panel of industry professionals, who follow a non-bias protocol in order to process and resolve complaints from our members’ clients.

Financial Commission, a leading External Dispute Resolution (EDR) organization, operated by FinaCom PLC, servicing online brokerages and technology providers within the financial services industry, today announces the appointment of Brian Phillips to its Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC).

Enhancing the DRC structure

Brian Phillips is the latest industry expert to join the Financial Commission’s DRC – which consists of a diverse panel of industry professionals, who follow a non-bias protocol in order to process and resolve complaints from our members’ clients.

bwp-pictureBrian began his career at Goldman Sachs within the Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities (FICC) Division. He was instrumental in expanding the business into new markets and helped build out the liquidity, API, algo and platform offerings for hedge funds, banks, asset managers and retail broker clients. After extensive work within the institutional space at Goldman Sachs, Brian founded Argosy Global Advisors.

As Brian Phillips commented: “The Financial Commission is a much needed entity within our market and has proven to be very valuable to its members and to the trading community it protects. I appreciate the opportunity to serve among other industry leaders and continue to help grow and protect our global marketplace.”

 

peterPeter Tatarnikov, Financial Commission, Chairman, said: “Brian is a senior industry veteran who understands the technology needs of multi-asset brokers and their clients, and in key areas such as liquidity, execution, and risk-management. We are pleased to welcome him as the latest DRC appointee at Financial Commission.”

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