FXall has appointed David Gibbs as director, bank relationship management, EMEA. Gibbs, who has 30 years’ experience in the foreign exchange, derivative and money markets, will be responsible for maintaining FXall’s relationships with its liquidity providers and overseeing the sell-side implementation of new products as they are rolled out onto the platform. Gibbs joins FXall from EBS, where he spent five years in a variety of sales and relationship management positions. In his most recent role as regional liaison manager, he was responsible for managing the relationship between EBS and Bloomberg and rolling out EBS Trader to clients. Prior to EBS, Gibbs worked at Garban Guy Butler (now merged with ICAP) as a director on the money market & derivatives trading desk.
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