Zurich, Switzerland, October 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In the last two years, Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange has successfully made important sales and trading hires, promoting the firm’s initiatives to create an integrated sales and distribution procedure and system and deliver an entirely complete client service offering of capital markets’ products and services.
"We are investing in the best workforce in this business. We only hire the most experienced talent and allocate our resources to areas where opportunity can help advance the firm’s transformation into a top-notch commodity futures and investment firm," said Mr. Benjamin Reese, Chief Executive Officer of Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange.
"We have recognized our most resilient opportunities in markets where there are persuasive competitive gaps, mounting economies and extending markets and businesses that characterize significant potential to distinguish our service offering to meet the increasing demands of our clients," added Mr. Benjamin Reese. "Correspondingly, we are dynamically upgrading our procedures, systems, people and international imprints to seize that opportunity," added Mr. Reese.
Recent key hires to support this expansion include the following:
Jacob Alister has joined Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange as Global Head of Commodities Derivatives Trading. He will be based in New York. In his new role, Mr. Alister will provide market-making services and liquidity across different market sectors such as soft commodities, energy and agriculture markets.
Randy Beackon has joined Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange in 2008 as co-heads of its Mortgage and Asset-Backed Securities Sales Team. Prior to joining Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange, Mr. Beackon held executive position in a Securities Company where he became the main proponent of the firm’s mortgage business service offerings.
Swiss International Commodities and Futures Exchange has successfully realigned its trading and sales as well as distribution arrangement, creating a structure to synchronize and leverage business relationships and opportunities with clients across diverse products and geographical locations.