CLS Bank International has appointed Roger Rutherford as the new head of product management at CLS Services, reporting to Rachael Hoey, director of business development at CLS. Rutherford is charged with driving the product development programme at CLS, leveraging his global FX electronic trading expertise. Rutherford joins CLS after a career at EBS, the global currency and metals e-trading platform acquired by ICAP in 2006. His background includes leading the EBS sales teams (EMEA) in 2003, driving EBS Ai and later Prime Brokerage product team and latterly spearheading the introduction of NDF trading to the e-trading business. Rutherford gained FX Brokerage experience in the US and Canadian markets after starting his career at MW Marshall Money Brokers in London and New York.
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