Electronic trading solutions provider Horizon Software has hired Sebastien Cathelin as Global Head of Presales, to help to grow Horizon’s global client base and expand Horizon’s trading services footprint in the APAC, EMEA and US regions. Cathelin brings a deep understanding of both market making and algorithmic trading, having started his career on the trading desk at Société Générale before serving with Korea Investment & Securities in Seoul as their Senior Equity Derivatives Trader & Manager. Subsequently, he led the Equity Derivatives Trading desk for BNP Paribas, building the automated market making side of the business. Before returning to Paris to join Horizon Software, he held the position of Head of Listed Products trading at Vontobel.
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Horizon Appoints Sebastien Catalan to Head Global Pre-Sales
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