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BCS Global Markets appoints two non-executive directors

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BCS Global Markets (BCS), the international arm of BCS Financial Group, the largest broker of securities on the Moscow exchange, has appointed Bradley Duke and Alex Romer-Lee as Non-Executive Directors.

As part of their role as members of the BCS UK board, both Alex and Bradley will provide additional oversight and constructively challenge and help develop Company strategy.
 
Romer-Lee joins BCS having held Non Executive Directorships at FCE Bank plc, where he chaired the Audit Committee; Alex was previously a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers (previously Coopers& Lybrand and Deloitte Haskins & Sells) between 1976-2001 heading up their financial services business in Central and Eastern Europe
 
Prior to joining BCS, Duke was a Managing Director at Knight Capital, where he was responsible for the build-out, launch and running of Knight’s algorithmic trading business in Europe and Asia, as well as overseeing the inception and launch of Knight’s European Dark Pool. Within Knight, he also managed Hotspot, the spot FX trading platform. Prior to that Bradley worked as a Senior Vice President and Head of Electronic Trading Services at Jefferies International, where he spearheaded the planning and successful implementation of state-of-the-art equities electronic trading platforms in Europe and Asia.
 
Roman Lokhov, CEO BCS Global Markets, says: “Alex and Bradley are two exceptionally experienced individuals, with a strong track record of success across multiple disciplines. As BCS continues its international expansion, we are confident these hires will continue to drive our business forward”.

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