James Taylor joins BNY Mellon

Taylor is a key hire for the bank whose markets business is undergoing an FX transformation

James Taylor at JP Morgan
James Taylor: brings more than 20 years' experience in electronic trading to his new role

James Taylor has joined BNY Mellon as head of foreign exchange electronic markets sales, FX Week has learned.

Taylor’s appointment comes as the bank continues to build out its FX platform in an effort to meet its global clients’ ongoing needs.

It also marks the latest move in BNY Mellon’s transformation of its foreign exchange markets business, following the hire of Jeff Leal as global head of electronic markets for FX earlier this year.

Taylor, who is based in London, joins the bank from JP

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