Integral, a leading FX technology provider, recently announced that it has appointed Kevin Wilson, former Citi executive, as the new Managing Director of Business Development.
Wilson, in his new post located in Palo Alto, will be responsible for managing new business initiatives and senior client relationships. He has been appointed as Global Head of hedge fund business development for established Fintech with primary mandate including overall segment product strategy, distribution and relationship management, according to his LinkedIn profile.
With more than 20 years of experience, Wilson brings extensive experience in the foreign exchange market, particularly with senior management posts serving the hedge fund community. Within Integral, Wilson will assist the exchange to enable its customers: banks, brokers and asset managers, to perform well in the Forex market making use of innovative solutions for workflow management and advanced execution.
Source: LinkedInBefore Wilson was recruited by Integral, he spent the greater part of his career at – a total of seventeen years. His most recent role was FCX (Futures, Clearing and FXPB division) in the Greater New York City region where he was in charge of senior relationship management and sale origination for key US customers.
Five years prior, Wilson was the Founding team member and North American Head of Citi’s Margin FX Trading business, which he successfully orchestrated the sale of in 2015. Additionally, he served as the Vice President of FX E-Commerce for three years in New York. His first position at Citi, Associate in Corporate FX Sales, was also in New York from 2003.
Wilson May Expand Existing Services Globally
Harpal Sandhu, CEO of , commented on the new hire, “[…]Kevin has a strong track record in strategic business development and excellent industry experience supporting hedge fund and buy-side clients grow their FX business. We have seen a significant uptick of interest from this segment of the market and Kevin’s appointment demonstrates our strong commitment to invest in our resources[…]”
Kevin Wilson, the new Managing Director at Integral, said, “[…]Integral has built Its reputation on the delivery of award-winning FX trading, connectivity, and workflow management tools and I believe we have tremendous opportunity to expand on our existing services from which more hedge funds around the globe could benefit.”