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Shift Forex Head of UK Paul Inkster leaves to become CEO of Walbrook Capital Markets (formerly FXCM Securities)

After ten months at New York-based boutique consultancy Shift Forex, where he headed the UK operations, Paul Inkster has left the firm to join Walbrook Capital Markets Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Inkster held a Directorship position at Shift Forex, and was based in London following the consultancy’s opening of a London office in May 2015.

Mr. Inkster’s leadership position at Walbrook Captial Markets represents a move back into the brokerage business, Walbrook Capital Markets being a London based FX and CFD company that was previously known as FXCM Securities.

Paul Inkster

Before joining Shift Forex in May last year, Mr. Inkster was a Sales & Marketing Consultant at Integrated Publishing Solutions for one year, preceded by 5 years as Director of Barclays Wealth & Investment Management.

Having founded his own consultancy in September 2013, Mr. Inkster left Barclays to concentrate on his new venture.

Dating back to October 2007, Mr. Inkster spent a year in FX & Futures Sales at MF Global, a position which was preceded by a role as Manager of the Global Markets Desk at Marex Financial Ltd in London, where he worked for 5 between April 2002 and July 2007.

With an institutional background, Mr. Inkster was a Private Banker at Credit Suisse for three years between 1994 and 1997, and had been VP of Lehman Brothers between April 1987 and September 1992.

Andrew Saks-McLeod, Head of Research and Analysis, ETX Capital
Andrew Saks-McLeod, Head of Research and Analysis, ETX Capital
With 25 years of experience in the financial technology sector, Andrew is a prominent international figure within the FX industry. His detailed research in editorial and televised form is often the central point of information for executives within all sectors of the global FX business.
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