After a quarter of a century at ICAP, Anthony Warner moves on

A quarter of a century is a distinctly long period of time in the career of executives within the electronic trading industry, however for CEO of the Singapore division of British multi-asset post-trade risk mitigation and information firm ICAP, this week marks exactly that milestone.

However, having reached the twenty five year point, Anthony Warner has resigned and will leave the firm at the end of this month, according to a report by Bloomberg today.

Mr. Warner joined ICAP in 1989 in London before moving to Singapore in 2010.

Poised to supersede Mr. Warner is Danny Cheung who currently serves at ICAP as Managing Director at the company’s Singapore operations, however the firm has confirmed that whilst the full details surrounding Mr. Warner’s departure have not been disclosed, there is no connection to recent staff cuts at ICAP and Mr. Warner’s decision to seek pastures new.

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