After working with the corporate for lower than a yr, FX digital communications community (ECN) Spotex has promoted John Miesner to the main position of Chief Govt Officer (CEO), the corporate introduced this Monday.
As Finance Magnates reported at first of the yr, Miesner initially joined the corporate as its World Head of Gross sales and Distribution. Miesner joined the US-based FX ECN from GTX, an institutional overseas alternate buying and selling platform. Throughout his four-year tenure, John was liable for GTX’s international ECN gross sales based mostly out of New York.
John Miesner, just lately appointed CEO of Spotex
Commenting on the promotion, Miesner mentioned: “I’m grateful to the Spotex board and govt group for the boldness they’ve proven naming me CEO. We’ve achieved quite a lot of thrilling issues collectively already and I look ahead to working with the group and our shoppers to carry extra innovation to the market within the months and years to come back.”
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Ritesh Agrawal turns into Spotex CTO
With Miesner taking up the highest position, Ritesh Agrawal, who’s the co-founder of Spotex and who has been the long-time serving CEO, will tackle the place of Chief Know-how Officer (CTO), the assertion mentioned.
Spotex is a US-based ECN targeted on FX and treasured metals buying and selling for each the purchase and sell-side individuals. Spotex provides alternate applied sciences that construct and apply quantitative metrics to individuals based mostly on their buying and selling conduct.
Their consumer base consists of banks, brokers, hedge funds, CTAs, and asset managers who leverage an array of digital options that help shoppers with complicated liquidity sourcing and commerce executions.
“John is a identified amount within the FX business, and he’s introduced an awesome new perspective to Spotex,” added Rob Fleschler, CEO, Seabury World Markets, a Spotex board member. “We couldn’t be happier having him lead the corporate ahead presently of nice alternative for the enterprise.”