Tim Rudland Announces Departure from FXCM Pro

Tim Rudland Announces Departure from FXCM Pro

November 2, 2021

FXCM Pro, the institutional brokerage and trading services arm of FXCM Group, saw a major executive move last week when Tim Rudland, Vice President Institutional Sales at FXCM Pro, left the company. In a post on LinkedIn, Rudland mentioned that he has joined Liquidity.net, a multi-asset liquidity provider.

Rudland will be moving to Dubai in the upcoming weeks. He also thanked Mario Luis Sanchez Wandemberg, Managing Director and Global Head of FXCM Pro, for his support. Rudland joined FXCM Pro as Vice President Institutional Sales in 2019.

“Last week marked the end of my time at FXCM Pro. I would like to thank Mario Luis Sanchez Wandemberg and the rest of the team there for the opportunity and an enjoyable two and a half years working together, wish you all the best for the future. Today I’m excited to begin a new chapter working for Liquidity.net and will be moving to Dubai in a few weeks’ time. Looking forward to the new challenge and helping to grow the business out there,” he said in a LinkedIn post.

Profile of Tim Rudland

Rudland has over 20 years of experience in the global financial services industry. In his previous roles, Rudland worked with leading financial brokers, including CMC Markets, Alpari, and GKFX. He held the position of a Dealer at CMC Markets and served as UK Head of Trading at GKFX. He also spent time at Saxon Financial.

In his recent move, Rudland joined Liquidity.net to facilitate the company’s global expansion. Earlier this year, ThinkMarkets introduced institutional business through Liquidity.net. Mukrram Ali, former regional manager at oneZero Financial Systems, is the Managing Director for Liquidity.net.

“I’m delighted to join ThinkMarkets to head Liquidity.net. We are strongly committed to disrupting the market with reliable infrastructure, top-tier prime broking relationships, and our ability to provide access to a unique liquidity offering for our clients,” Ali said at the time of Liquidity.net’s launch.

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