Fxall has appointed Takashi Uyeda as senior director, head of FXall Japan. Uyeda, who will be based in FXall’s Tokyo office, will be responsible for developing FXall’s growing franchise in Japan. His focus includes managing relationships with existing customers and providers, and leading sales of FXall’s expanding product offering to the buy-side. Uyeda has more than 18 years’ experience in foreign exchange, fixed income and financial technology. He joins FXall from Interactive Data Corporation (previously ADP/GTIS) where he spent nine years as representative director of the company’s Japanese office. Prior to Interactive Data Corporation, Uyeda worked in a variety of roles at SWIFT, Citibank and Morgan Stanley.
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