Portware, a global provider of multi-asset trade automation solutions powered by artificial intelligence, has hired Chris Sorensen as foreign exchange (FX) product manager.
Sorensen's focus will be on driving innovation and growth in the FX space, specifically execution and automation tools for tier-one global asset management firms. He will be based in Boston.
Before coming to Portware, which is owned by FactSet, Sorensen served as the global head of strategic alliances and technical account management at FX Connect. He's previously worked as the vice president of client implementation and technical account management at State Street and a fixed income systems analyst at BNY Mellon.
"Chris's appointment demonstrates Portware and FactSet's continued commitment to building smart automation across all asset classes for the buy side, and we continue to build on our momentum by expanding our FX team with strategic hires on both the engineering and business sides," said Alfred Eskandar, CEO of Portware, in a statement.
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