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TradingScreen names Peter Holmgren head, sell side OMS

27 February 2014  |  1242 views  |  0 Source: TradingScreen

TradingScreen, the leading independent provider of liquidity, trading, and investment technology via SaaS, today announced the appointment of Peter Holmgren as Head of Sell Side OMS based in London.

Holmgren was hired to support TradingScreen's listed and centrally cleared derivatives business, which has grown substantially following the introduction of TradePlus, a comprehensive, multi-asset, front-office solutions for the sell-side.

Holmgren has more than 15 years of experience in the fields of international business development and sales of complex IT and software solutions within the finance/banking sector. Throughout his career Peter has developed extensive knowledge of the financial market and regulatory requirements in the EMEA region.

"New regulations are creating significant challenges for market participants, by demanding global views of holdings and risk, across geographies, time zones, currencies, and asset classes," said Philippe Buhannic, CEO of TradingScreen. "TradingScreen is in a unique position to provide a global, cloud-based, multi-asset solution. We are happy to have the experience and skillsets that Peter and Roy represent added to our staff, to help introduce TradingScreen's solutions to the firms that need them most." 

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