Roxas and Sullivan Move to TradingScreen


Trading platform provider TradingScreen has expanded its business development staff with the recent appointments of Arnold Roxas and Tim Sullivan to senior roles in the organization.

Roxas, a co-founder of Moneyline and a veteran of electronic fixed-income trading, will take on the head of fixed-income business development role at the company. He recently worked on a next-generation fixed-income trading platform with Warburg Pincus and Benchmark Capital, before taking on this post.

Sullivan has been appointed in a senior sales role, targeting traditional asset managers. He previously worked in senior roles at Pulse Trading, Ballista Securities, and Investment Technology Group (ITG) trading, having started his career in trading at Salomon Brothers in 1993.

Both will be based at TradingScreen's New York headquarters, and will report to Charles Garcia, head of global marketing for traditional asset managers.

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