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Saxo Markets UK appoints non-executive director

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Saxo Markets UK Ltd, the UK subsidiary of Saxo Bank A/S, has appointed Charlie White-Thomson as a non-executive director.

White-Thomson brings more than 20 years of experience in financial services, including both developed and emerging equity markets. Having served in several senior management positions, he has a proven track-record of navigating through changing and competitive markets with a clear focus on scaling business models, while improving client experiences.
 
Andrew Edwards, CEO, Saxo Markets UK, says: “We are pleased to welcome Charlie to the board of Saxo Markets UK. He is a highly accomplished senior executive and will further strengthen our business as we continue to grow by onboarding a record number of new trading clients, as well as leveraging our technology by entering into wholesale partnerships with financial institutions and other fintechs.”
 
Charlie White-Thomsen, says: “I am delighted to join the board of Saxo Markets UK and feel strongly about the strategic direction and the dynamic environment that Saxo is operating in. The prospects for Saxo are positive and I very much look forward to contributing to the ambitious journey ahead. Access to global capital markets is becoming increasingly relevant as more traders and investors seek to balance portfolios across sectors and asset classes.”
 
Charlie White-Thomsen replaces David Gelber on the Board of Directors of Saxo Capital Markets UK.

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