FX Executive Moves: Citi Dismisses FX Head, EBS Hires Industry Veteran

Longtime FX industry veteran, Bill Marsden has reportedly joined EBS as its newest G10 Currencies Head, who will be based out of London where he will be tasked with the development and growth of G10 currencies market share across all EBS’ platforms.

In his new role as the G10 Currencies Head at EBS, Mr. Marsden will liaison with regional sales teams, helping promote and foster this exposure on the EBS trading network.

Mr. Marsden has over 35 years of experience in FX markets, having recently joined EBS from Thomson Reuters, where he worked as the Liquidity Sales Team head. During his stint at Thomson Reuters, he also pioneered a number of strategic initiatives, which included the inception and growth of new offerings across the NDF and Options markets.

In addition to Thomson Reuters, Mr. Marsden also held senior level roles at Exco International and Tullet across three different continents.

According to Mr. Marsden in a recent statement on his appointment, “it’s an exciting time to be working in FX as momentum in the market continues to grow. EBS has a great name in the market and I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to help further increase the company’s profile in G10. I am looking forward to re-establishing relationships with contacts in the inter-bank market and the exciting opportunities that lie ahead within my new role.”

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