Integral Development Corp. today announced that Teo Hiang Long has joined the firm as a Director of Asia Sales and Sam Low has joined the firm as a Director of European and Middle Eastern Sales to help manage and increase the firm's growth in these markets.
Building upon the success and growth of Integral's FX business, they will be primarily responsible for sales of Integral's FX Inside direct market access system for foreign exchange and the expansion of the FX Grid global connectivity and trading network in their regions.
Teo comes to Integral from FairEx International Financial Systems where he was senior vice president of sales and marketing. At FairEx he was responsible for the sales, marketing and business development efforts for the firm's FX trading systems, software and solutions in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to FairEx, Teo was senior dealer and assistant manager for financial futures and options at HSBC (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Harpal S. Sandhu, CEO of Integral said, "I am excited to add someone of Teo's caliber to the team. He combines technology and trading experience and understands the Asian market, which will help us continue expansion of our global presence and our commitment to supporting our relationships around the world."
Sam brings more than 10 years of leadership in the financial services industry to Integral. Sam spent six years at Bloomberg L.P. in sales, where he covered major accounts in London, Russia, CIS, Central Europe and the GCC. He joins the firm from SuperDerivatives Inc where he was a director of new business sales for the UK and the Middle East.
Sandhu said, "Sam is the perfect addition to our growing team. He has developed business contacts worldwide through his work with global leaders such as Bloomberg which will enable him to contribute to Integral's further expansion and commitment to these markets building on the recent success of FX Grid and FX Inside."
Sam Low will be based in Integral's London office, primarily focusing on the UK. Teo Long will be based in Integral's Singapore office, primarily focusing on Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia and China.