Ryan Nettles leaves Swissquote after 10 years at the top

Ryan Nettles has completed ten years at Swissquote. On his departure, Marc Burki, CEO of Swissquote, says “We thank Ryan for his commitment and for assuring a smooth transition to the new leadership. We wish him well in his new venture.”

Today, Ryan Nettles, Head of Forex Trading and Market Strategy at Swissquote Bank SA (SWX:SQN) has announced that he will be leaving Swissquote after 10 years as an important part of the firm’s senior management.

A Director and member of Swissquote’s senior management, he has been with the company since April 2010, at that time based in Swissquote’s Zurich office, before moving to Gland in 2012, Mr Nettles has today confirm that he will be moving on.

The company has today confirmed that “After nearly 10 years of fruitful collaboration with Swissquote, veteran Ryan Nettles announces that he would leave the firm in the near future and pursue a new project.”

FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod with Ryan Nettles at Swissquote in 2015

“Ryan brought his deep experience of the industry and helped establishing our leadership in currency trading. Ryan built a great team of seasoned professionals over the years and was Head of the eForex Trading & Market Strategy Department and member of the Senior Management of Swissquote. “says Marc Burki, CEO of Swissquote. “ We thank Ryan for his commitment and for assuring a smooth transition to the new leadership. We wish him well in his new venture.”

Commenting on his years at Swissquote, Ryan says “Over the 10 last years, the industry experienced profound changes. Swissquote entered the currency trading market when rules were tightening and consistently invested in the strengthening of its position. I’m proud to have contributed to this development and confident in the future.”

FinanceFeeds wishes Mr Nettles every success in his new venture, and is certain that his time at Swissquote, one of the electronic trading industry’s most highly accomplished firms, has been a very important part of his executive development.

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