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Michael Cunningham, Invast

Invast Global appoints Goldman Sachs and Citi veteran as non-exec director

Boutique multi-asset Prime Broker, Invast Global, has announced the appointment of ex-Citigroup, Goldman Sachs Treasurer and KPMG Partner Michael Cunningham (pictured), as a Non-Executive Director to the Board, representing a landmark chapter in the company’s impressive global expansion.

Invast Global, the subsidiary of Jasdaq-listed Invast Securities Co (8709.JP), has cemented an enviable reputation as a world leader in non-bank Prime Services. With a client base of brokerages and hedge funds spanning the globe, the company has experienced impressive growth in its prime services offering, which gives institutional clients collateralised access to premium liquidity in OTC FX, Metals and Energy products, as well as direct connectivity to over 30 global exchanges and OTC venues.
In a notable development which underscores the top-tier positioning of the firm, Invast Global has attracted ex-Goldman Sachs and Citigroup Treasurer, Michael Cunningham, to join the Board of the company in Sydney. Cunningham’s career in Financial Markets, Risk Management and Advisory roles spans three decades. In addition to his financial markets roles at Goldman Sachs and Citibank in Australia and Asia, Cunningham also served as the Chief Risk Officer: Oceania Region for Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. Most recently, Cunningham served as a Partner in KPMG’s Financial Risk Management Practise.
Gavin White, CEO of Invast Global, says: “I am honoured to welcome Michael to the Board of Invast Global. It is a huge endorsement of our business and our future plans that we have been joined by a person of such high calibre, personally and professionally. Michael’s expertise is second to none. His intellect and industry experience will provide immeasurable value to the discussions and decisions at Board level.”
Cunningham says: “Invast is the clear leader in its class and I’m excited to be involved in the next phase of its evolution and development.”

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