FXall, a foreign exchange (FX) platform, has appointed Quito Zuba as senior director, global head of trade support. Zuba, who has a successful track record in service provision to institutional and high frequency traders, is responsible for taking FXall’s operations to the next level by identifying and implementing process and technical changes to its sophisticated trading infrastructure required keep up with growth and remain in compliance with best practices and regulations.
Zuba joins from Instinet, where he spent four years as head of global trading operations. Previously, he worked for White Cap Trading as a managing director, and prior to this he was at Townsend Analytics for seven years. Zuba brings considerable experience in managing global teams, and extensive expertise covering a broad cross-section of trading applications, markets, systems and infrastructure support.
Within his role Zuba will manage FXall’s 24-hour global support team to enable them to respond to client inquiries across all FXall products and to ensure system availability meets client expectations. He will act as an interface between FXall’s products and clients, be instrumental in ensuring a smooth roll out of new releases and maintaining client connectivity.
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