Rubinow will report directly to FXall CEO Phil Weisberg.
Former NYSE Euronext CIO Steve Rubinow has joined FX Alliance (FXall) in the same role.
"FXall is a technologically innovative company that connects its loyal customers to the foreign exchange marketplace through a comprehensive suite of execution capabilities and tools," says Rubinow. "I very much look forward to building upon the achievements that Phil and his team have made over more than a decade."
Rubinow has been with NYSE since the it bought Archipelago Exchange in 2006, where he was CIO. (You can read Waters' profile of Rubinow from May 2010 here.)
"Steve's experience and strong familiarity with the electronic trading industry makes him a great addition to the FXall team. We are delighted to have someone of his caliber take on the position as our CIO," says Phil Weisberg, CEO of FXall. "Steve's ability to combine a deep understanding of the capital markets with the competency to manage the technology infrastructure that is vital to powering today's global financial trading will be highly valuable in driving FXall forward. At our core, we serve customers with the very best technology to facilitate superior FX execution, and I look forward to working with Steve to further build and improve this already successful platform."
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