Hunter Lloyd Joins BNY Mellon FX Sales Team

A picture of the Director of FX Sales at BNY Mellon, Hunter LloydHunter Lloyd, Director of FX Sales at BNY Mellon

The FX gross sales workforce at BNY Mellon acquired a lift at the beginning of the brand new yr. The firm is welcoming skilled FX gross sales skilled hunter Lloyd to its workforce in New York.

Lloyd has been in FX gross sales since 2009 when he joined the FX/Macro gross sales workforce at Credit Suisse. After leaving the Swiss financial institution, he joined the Commonwealth Bank as Director of FX Sales to actual cash and hedge funds purchasers.

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In his new position at BNY Mellon, Lloyd will even be accountable for actual cash and hedge funds purchasers. The change was mirrored on Lloyd’s LinkedIn profile.

BNY Mellon Recent Hires

Recently, BNY Mellon has been actively including extra personnel to its FX workforce. Back in July final yr the corporate added Harry Moumdjian as Global Head of FX Sales.

In an interview with Finance Magnates, he shared that the corporate is specializing in rising the variety of its merchandise.

Last yr, BNY Mellon additionally employed Jonathan Lee to its Singapore-based FX gross sales workforce. He joined in October after leaving Standard Chartered.

In the meantime, the corporate’s Head of Spot FX for North America, Robert Sabia, left the agency after 14 years.

BNY Mellon FX Business

The international trade enterprise of BNY Mellon is led by its Custody FX packages. The New York-headquartered financial institution additionally presents direct dealing by way of its FX Desk and eCommerce platforms.

The firm has a presence in Currency Administration, FX Payments, spot FX, forwards, swaps and non-deliverable forwards (NDFs).

At a time of rising commerce tensions, the rising FX dangers are sure to proceed driving main market gamers to draw extra expertise to its FX desks.


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