Exclusive: FXSpotStream Bolsters Sales Team with New Appointments

Exclusive: FXSpotStream Bolsters Sales Team with New Appointments

August 20, 2020

FXSpotStream has made not one, but two new appointments this week, as the multi-bank foreign exchange (forex) price aggregation service provider looks to boost its sales team globally.

Earlier this week, FXSpotStream revealed that it had added Hajime Tezuka to its sales team in Tokyo. However, the company has revealed exclusively to Finance Magnates this Thursday that it has also onboarded Rhys Bryan to its sales team in London.

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Tezuka joined FXSpotStream earlier this month, and his focus will be on providing opportunities and efficiency to the FX market in the Asia Pacific region, FXSpotStream told Finance Magnates.

In particular, Tezuka will be focusing on building relationships within APAC, as well as helping the FX company service its longstanding clients in Japan. He joins the company with a background in FX sales.

Prior to working for FXSpotStream, Tezuka was at 360T, working as the Head of Sales for more than four years. Throughout his career, he has also been employed at G.K. GOH Financial Services and Commerzbank.

Rhys Bryan joins FXSpotStream from Citigroup

Bryan, on the other hand, brings with him a strong background in the FX Industry and Prime Brokerage. Most recently, he was the Vice President, Futures with Citigroup in Singapore. Before he joined Citigroup in 2013, he was at Morgan Stanley, where he started his career. Bryan graduated from Cardiff University.

“For FXSpotStream, the value proposition is a unique and compelling one. There is no haggling on price as the Service is free to clients. There are no volume discounts, no introductory rates – there is no cost at all to takers,” FXSpotStream said in a statement to Finance Magnates.

“When speaking with FXSpotStream, it is not about the dollars and cents, and all about the offering, the 15 global FX liquidity providers, the superior technology and the all-important relationship.” 

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