FIX Protocol Limited (FPL) has elected Zoltan Feledy of State Street Global Advisors as co-chair of the FPL Asia-Pacific regional committee. In this position, Feledy will work closely with co-chair Chris Jenkins of Tora and lead the effort to raise awareness of the benefits that the FIX Protocol, as an enabler for increased electronic trading practices, offers to the Asian markets.
As a buy-side trader on the State Street Global Advisors trading desk in Hong Kong, Feledy is responsible for ensuring best execution is achieved in Asia’s emerging markets. Prior to his current role, he managed the company’s FIX connectivity globally and implemented several technology initiatives in the Americas, Europe and Asia to improve the firm’s electronic trading capabilities. Feledy has contributed to the work of the FPL Asia-Pacific regional committee over recent years, and was previously a member of the FPL Algorithmic Trading Working Group’s technical subcommittee.
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