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Luminex Adds Financial and Technology Professionals

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Luminex Trading & Analytics, a buy side-owned trading venue delivering efficient, low-cost block executions, has hired three financial and technology professionals to meet growing engagement with its platform by its community of investment management firms. Joshua Reed has joined as a sales and relationship manager, Joshua Opper as director of infrastructure, and Robin Burr as a software engineer. Since launch in November 2015, trading among Luminex’s participants has grown steadily.

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