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CFH Clearing appoints Paul Jackson head of sales

03 July 2014  |  1467 views  |  0 Source: CFH Clearing

Paul Jackson has been appointed Head of Sales for CFH Clearing. He joins the rapidly growing team from LMAX Exchange where he was Group Sales Manager.

With a career spanning 18 years in the industry, Paul's experience also includes Head of Tradefair and Head of Customer Strategy at CMC Markets. He started his career at Nationsbank (now BAML), gaining experience in the Interbank and Institutional markets.

At CFH Clearing, based in London, Paul will head up an experienced international sales team, reporting directly to CEO, Lars Holst. His initial remit will be to assess the current sales process, optimise sales systems and manage the sales force in order to maximise opportunities.

According to Lars Holst, CEO of CFH Clearing, "The newly created role of Head of Sales shows our commitment to accelerate our growth path and I am delighted to welcome Paul to our team. With his strong track record and wealth of industry experience, I am confident that he will help us to deliver our ambitious growth plans."

Paul Jackson added, "I am thrilled to be joining such a sophisticated, technology driven, online trading company as CFH Clearing. This is a fantastic opportunity. CFH Clearing has recently made significant developments to enhance its suite of trading products and systems - so my timing could not be better. I look forward to working with the team to deliver even more success and growth in the future."

CFH Clearing is an interbank prime of prime solutions provider for small and medium sized institutional clients and is one of the largest interbank STP venues in the market, with over 400 institutional clients in 82 countries.

The organization has experienced rapid growth over the last year since the launch of ClearVision, a modular suite of products which provide brokers with a combination of Prime of Prime interbank liquidity and state of the art, sophisticated trading technology, including all the tools required to manage multiple trading platforms, liquidity providers, back office systems and risk books. 

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