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Flow Traders appoints Simon Wynn-Davies as head of UK and Netherland sales


Flow Traders has appointed Simon Wynn-Davies as Head of UK and Netherlands Sales.   

Wynn-Davies joined Flow Traders in August 2014 as an Institutional Trader focusing on UK and Dutch counterparties. More recently, he has also driven the expansion of Flow Traders into the Middle East. The firm writes that in his new role as Head of UK and Netherlands Sales, Simon will be responsible for managing counterparty relationships and activities in these countries across all asset classes. 

Dennis Dijkstra, CEO, says: “We are delighted to appoint Simon to the role of Head of UK and Netherlands Sales. Simon’s extensive experience will be a real asset in further developing our proposition, particularly in the UK. We will continue to implement our strategy, which brings innovation, greater efficiency and transparency to the financial markets, while driving down direct and indirect costs for investors. Simon will be instrumental to our next stage of growth in these key markets.”

Simon Wynn-Davies, Head of UK and Netherlands Sales, says: “I am excited to take on this challenge as Head of UK and Netherlands Sales at Flow Traders and I am looking forward to developing our offering in ETFs, Fixed Income, FX and Digital Assets further. We have a strong and talented team in the UK and The Netherlands and I am incredibly proud to have the opportunity to lead them.”

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