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Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets names Jon Healey head, e-Product management

10 August 2009  |  3761 views  |  0 Source: Lloyds TSB

Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets has appointed Jon Healey to run its e-Product Management division which sits within Sales and Derivative Structuring, headed by Clare Francis.

In this newly created role, Jon will be responsible for developing the new e-Portal and working with the bank's trading team to deliver a new FX rates engine.

Healey has over 21 years experience in e-commerce product development, and more recently in IT management and business management. He joins from HSBC where he enjoyed a 12-year career, culminating in the position of Head of e-FX (EMEA). While at HSBC, Healey developed the e-platform from inception and oversaw the integration of subsequent portals, API implementation as well as further enhancements. He also held numerous roles where he was responsible for the delivery of e-FX IT development projects.

Prior to HSBC Jon held numerous roles in IT management at Tate & Lyle International Finance PLC.

Clare Francis, Head of Sales and Derivatives Structuring at Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets, said: "Jon brings a wealth of experience in e-commerce, and specifically in FX and money markets which will be invaluable in the development of our e-trading products. We look forward to strengthening our existing product capabilities, which furthers our commitment to providing clients with tailored solutions for their businesses."

Jon Healey, Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets said: "I am excited to join the Sales and Derivatives Structuring team and look forward to playing a key role in the development of the new e-portal at Lloyds. My aim is to deliver a product that significantly enhances the overall e-proposition for clients, ensuring they can manage their risk in the most efficient and effective manner."

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