Manu Choudhary becomes new DMALink CEO

Former Lloyds banker joins one of the last independent FX ECNs

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FX focus: DMALink streams anonymous and bilateral pricing

Manu Choudhary has become the new chief executive of electronic foreign exchange communications network DMALink.

London-based Choudhary joins the firm from Lloyds Bank, where he spent more than 10 years in FX options sales with a particular focus on corporates. Prior to that he spent three years in fixed-income, currencies and commodities derivatives sales at Barclays. He started his career as a currency strategist at

“We have been able to poach a true innovator from the sell side, and

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