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Trading Technologies Appoints Nick Garrow as EVP Multi-Asset & Buy Side

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Trading software, infrastructure and data solutions vendor Trading Technologies, has appointed London-based industry veteran Nick Garrow in the newly created position of EVP Multi-Asset & Buy Side. Garrow has more than 20 years of senior management experience in capital markets and prime brokerage, most recently at Societe Generale (SG) Prime Services in London, where he was Global Head of IT and Operations.

Garrow will report to TT CEO Keith Todd and will join the firm’s leadership team, leading TT’s expansion into new asset classes beyond exchange-traded derivatives, and a range of new services for the buy-side community, with the firm’s Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) TT platform as the foundation.

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