FENICS Software announced that Daniel Stone, an FX options industry expert, practitioner, and trainer, will join the company starting 1 February, 2000 as Head of Sales and Training, where he will oversee FENICS’ product sales and expanding training business. For the last three years, Daniel has been an independent financial markets consultant, offering professional training in treasury products and markets, principally in derivatives. Prior to this, he worked in banking and finance for thirteen years, the last eight of which he was a derivatives product specialist. Daniel worked in interest rate and currency derivatives at First Chicago, Barclays London, Indosuez Paris, and Nationsbank-CRT London.
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