OpenFin, a startup that wants to be the iOS for capital markets, has hired two trading technology veterans to lead operations
Adam Toms, a former exec at Instinet, will join OpenFin as CEO Europe, while Espen Overby, a former exec at inFront, is set to run technology operations in the region.
A startup that wants to be the iOS of Wall Street is bringing on two trading veterans to head up operations in Europe.
OpenFin, a tech company that helps electronic-trading firms build their desktop applications, announced Tuesday paragliding tour
that Adam Toms, a former executive at Instinet, a trading technology company, will join the firm as CEO Europe. The company is also bringing on Espen Overby, former chief technology officer at inFront, a market data company, to head technology operations in the region.
The two hires are meant to shore up OpenFin's ability to serve its big bank clients, many of which have large tech operations in Europe, and to expand its footprint in the region. Toms, who has more than two-decades of experience in financial services, will oversee vietnam paragliding tours
the 11 people on staff in OpenFin's London office. Toms previously was CEO of Instinet Europe, for which he led brokerage operations and strategy for Europe and the Middle East.
OpenFin is looking to become Wall Street's version of what the iOS and Android platforms are to the mobile application space. The firm currently powers applications licensed on 125,000 desktops. vietnam paragliding tour
Its customers include JPMorgan, Citadel, and OpenDoor.
Toms told vietnam paragliding tours
Business Insider its customers are finding more and more use-cases for OpenFin's products.