Atriax has appointed David Allanson as Chief Operating Officer, responsible for the development and rollout of Atriax’s Dealing Platforms and Content, STP and MIS product streams. David brings to Atriax over twenty years experience in the financial markets. He was formerly Head of Global Treasury at Tudor Capital (UK), responsible for running the company’s UK operations and managing its relationships with banking counterparties and regulatory authorities. David previously worked for Nationsbank as Head of European Foreign Exchange, responsible for both trading and sales. Prior to that he was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs, with responsibility for the foreign exchange trading and fixed income repurchase businesses. David graduated from Queen’s College, Oxford in 1978 with an Honours Degree in Literae Humaniores. David replaces John Wareham, who will become Global Head of Foreign Exchange at AIG International.
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