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Axe Trading Appoints Greville Lucking as CEO

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Fixed income trading software company Axe trading has appointed Greville Lucking as its new Chief Executive Officer. Lucking has been with the firm since 2018 in the role of Head of Customer Support & Integration.

Earlier in his career, Lucking was Chief Operating Officer of EMBonds until their acquisition by BGC Partners in 2018. He has previously held senior roles at Formicary and prior to that was with WestLB.

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