Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets has appointed Jon Healey to run its e-product management division, which sits within sales and derivative structuring, headed by Clare Francis.
In this newly created role, Healey will be responsible for developing the new e-portal and working with the bank’s trading team to deliver a new foreign exchange (FX) rates engine.
Healey has over 21 years experience in e-commerce product development, and more recently in IT management and business management. He joins from HSBC where he enjoyed a 12-year career, culminating in the position of head of e-FX (EMEA). While at HSBC, Healey developed the e-platform from inception and oversaw the integration of subsequent portals, API implementation as well as further enhancements. He also held numerous roles where he was responsible for the delivery of e-FX IT development projects.
Prior to HSBC, Healey held numerous roles in IT management at Tate & Lyle International Finance.
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