Trayport Expands Sales Team To Meet Growing Client Demand

Trayport, an electronic sales team provider, in 2005 topped 7,000 trading screens, a 40% over last year's numbers, prompting the company to make three sales team appointments to meet the increased client demand. "Over the last year we have moved

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Trayport, an electronic sales team provider, in 2005 topped 7,000 trading screens, a 40% over last year’s numbers, prompting the company to make three sales team appointments to meet the increased client demand.

“Over the last year we have moved into different markets, such as fixed income and credit derivatives, and crossed geographical boundaries as far as Asia and Canada”, said Elliott Piggott, commercial director at Trayport.

Anthony Bordin is primarily responsible for building Trayport’s business in Europe as sales manager, with his main focus on Trayport’s Global Vision Trading Gateway product. He has spent eight years in the software application business, including roles in project management and technical positions at international software companies, including Borland and SPSS, after having completed the EDS graduate programme in Australia.

Tania Boustridge joins Trayport as client manager from Thomson Financial where she was account director for sales and trading. She has more than 10 years of experience in client relationship positions in retail and corporate banking environments, and will primarily manage Trayport’s investment bank clients in Europe. Prior to Thomson Financial she held key account positions for Brown Brothers Harriman in its US Electronic Trading Division.

Paul Constantinou, who was selected as Trayport’s sales and partnership manager, brings over 20 years experience in the global banking and financial technology sectors, with a background in treasury, capital markets and investment / asset management systems. He will be responsible for building the company’s exchange business and developing its partnership programme. Previously he held roles in sales, business development and consultancy services at SimCorp, AFA Systems and Bank of New York.

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