SE Bank senior executive Al Crane to join ADS Securities London as Head of Institutional Sales

ADS Securities has today informed FinanceFeeds that Al Crane, former Global eFX Sales senior executive at SE Bank, will join ADS Securities London operations as Head of Institutional Sales for Europe and the Americas. In a statement to FinanceFeeds, James Watson, Managing Director of ADS Securities London said “Al Crane, will be joining the company […]

ADS Securities has today informed FinanceFeeds that Al Crane, former Global eFX Sales senior executive at SE Bank, will join ADS Securities London operations as Head of Institutional Sales for Europe and the Americas.

In a statement to FinanceFeeds, James Watson, Managing Director of ADS Securities London said

“Al Crane, will be joining the company on February 1st 2016. Al come from SEB’s London office and will take the role of head of institutional sales for Europe and the Americas. A fuller statement will be issued early in the New Year.”

Mr. Crane has been at SE Bank for five years, having joined the company in 2010 from Standard Chartered where he was Head of e-Sales for Europe and the Americas between April 2006 an December 2009.

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Prior to that, Mr. Crane was a Senior Business Analyst at BNP Paribas, after spending 4 years at WestLB as a Consultant.

Throughout the entirety of the 1990s, Mr. Crane spent 9 years as Product Manager and Technical Support at ICAP’s EBS electronic brokerage division.

Mr. Crane has been granted a US Patent for his Credit Limit Storage in an Anonymous Trading System, which was issued on April 6, 2010 under US Patent 7,693,774, and was educated at Cambridgeshire College of Art & Technology, graduating in 1990.

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