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Dash Financial names Anthony Dunphy head of sales

20 July 2015  |  1925 views  |  0 Source: Dash Financial

Dash Financial announced today that Anthony Dunphy joins the Company as Head of Sales and will be based in Dash's New York City Office.

Dunphy's extensive background includes 15 years of experience in sales and business development for trading solutions and technologies. He joins DASH from Eze Software Group, where he held several roles including Global Head of Sell Side Sales and Head of Buy Side Sales in the Americas. Prior to Eze, he spent 10 years with GS REDI where he held various positions including sales trading and project management, and spent four years building out REDI's business in Japan.

David Karat, Chief Marketing Officer of Dash Financial, commented, "We are excited to have Anthony join the Dash Team. Anthony will lead all facets of our sales and business development efforts as we continue the expansive growth of our US Options and Equities Platform. His exceptional experience and passion for service is exactly what we need to support our current and future clients."

"I'm excited to join such a great team here," Dunphy remarked, "The combination of superior technology married with great performance and a culture that truly focuses on the client's needs, and not as lip service, is what really drew me to Dash."  

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