People Moves: LedgerEdge, JP Morgan, MarketAxess, Enfusion, and more

A look at some of the key people moves from this week, including Michelle Neal (pictured), who has joined enterprise software vendor LedgerEdge as CEO of US operations.


LedgerEdge appoints Michelle Neal CEO of US operations

LedgerEdge, an enterprise software company, has appointed Michelle Neal CEO of US operations. 

This appointment will support the US expansion of the firm, which is rolling out a global corporate bond-trading platform built on distributed ledger technology. LedgerEdge is starting with the launch of a UK multi-lateral trading facility in Q3 2021, followed by a launch of a US alternative trading system in Q1 2022.

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