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ETF Securities strengthens research, product development and legal teams

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ETF Securities has hired four people across its research, product development and legal teams.

Martin Arnold has joined ETF Securities’ research team as a senior analyst. He has a wealth of experience in strategy and economics with his most recent role focused specifically on the foreign exchange markets. Arnold has a strong macro background – gained both at the Reserve Bank of Australia and in the private sector.

Jenny Hsieh and Michael Langerup have joined the product development team

Hsieh joins from Goldman Sachs Private Wealth Management where she helped develop and launch products for clients, with a focus on tax efficiency. She has extensive experience within the investment banking and asset management industry and brings a solid skill set in product development, having started her career working on hybrid capital products.

Langerup joins from Saxo Bank where he worked as a research analyst in the hedge fund group focusing on global macro research. Prior to this, he spent 1.5 years at Forsyth Partners’ fund of hedge fund group, where he was responsible for fixed income related hedge fund strategies. Langerup started his career at Carnegie Asset Management, where he worked in portfolio administration as an analyst for three years.

Amila Kulasinghe has joined the legal team from Goldman Sachs International where he worked in the legal department, advising the execution and clearing, listed derivatives, prime brokerage and principal strategic investments business units.

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