Dean Berry Joins Refinitiv as Global Head of Trading

Refinitiv, a financial market data and infrastructure provider, announced the of Dean Berry as Global Head of Sales in its London office. Berry joins Refinitiv from BGC Partners where he served the company for more than 3 years as Executive Managing Director (Global Head of Electronic and Hybrid Markets).
In an official press release, Refinitiv mentioned that Berry will look after Refinitiv’s data, analytics, and workflow services for trading customers across all asset classes. Berry has extensive experience in financial markets covering multiple asset classes, low touch electronic, and high touch trading strategies.

Berry’s significant experience in Asian markets will help Refinitiv in global expansion. He has more than two decades of experience in financial markets with different roles at ICAP, Bank of Ireland, Société General, Nordea Markets, ANZ Investment Bank, Dresdner Kleinwort, and Deutsche Bank.
Commenting on Berry’s joining, Andrea Stone, Chief Customer Proposition Officer at Refinitiv, said: “This year’s increased volatility continues to accelerate further electronification of markets and multi-asset strategies, as markets become faster and more interconnected. Dean’s background gives him a deep understanding of our trading customers’ data, analytics, and workflow needs, ensuring we are delivering best-in-class solutions to help our customers succeed in these evolving market conditions.”
New Role
Refinitiv recently announced an extension of its multi-year FX collaboration with . With the inclusion of Berry in its core team, the company will be looking to expand its technology solutions in today’s evolving market. “Refinitiv offers one of the best portfolios of solutions to enable informed and compliant trading decisions, across all asset classes and all points in the trading lifecycle,” Berry said. “I am delighted to join Refinitiv at a time when continued electronification of trading markets makes timely access to powerful data and products more important than ever” he added.
Refinitiv’s September were the highest in six months as the company posted a strong overall performance in 2020.

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