Edgewater Markets, an electronic trading solutions company and provider of foreign exchange services for institutional customers globally, has just announced that it has appointed Brian Andreyko as its new Chief Product Officer.
Andreyko has over 25 years in financial market technology solutions utilized to optimize client trading and workflows across foreign exchange, fixed income and digital assets. Prior to joining Edgewater, he was Chief Business Officer at TradAir. Andreyko has also held a number of senior positions including CEO of MakoFX/Liquidity Pool, EVP and Global Head of EBS Product and Development at ICAP, and COO and Chief of Staff at Currenex.
I am excited to join Edgewater’s team who continue to execute on their vision of developing deep client relationships through better trading,” commented Andreyko. “Having the opportunity to contribute to their overall growth and their mission to perfect the efficiency of client trading by leveraging their proprietary technology, institutional trading expertise, and the teams highly successful track record, is a clear differentiator for me.
Skovran Schreder, Co-Founder and CEO of Edgewater Markets, commented on the news:
Brian’s depth of knowledge and extensive industry experience of delivering customized technical solutions will allow us to further strengthen our best of breed end to end trading platforms and ensure continued high level of customer service. Through the utilization of our proprietary technology as a bespoke solution our clients can further optimize their trading and workflows and continue to leverage our highly developed global liquidity and distribution network.
Andreyko noted, “Edgewater’s deep relationships with leading funds and banks, within Global Growth Markets communities, provides a deep understanding of the unique client needs. Having developed a best in class flexible technology themselves, Edgewater is perfectly positioned to provide proven and cost-effective solutions their clients require.
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