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BCS Global Markets appoints Chief Information Officer

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Russian market maker BCS Global Markets (BCS GM) has appointed Dmitry Trub as Chief Information Officer (CIO). Trub will be responsible for driving software development to maximise BCS GM’s investment banking functions drive efficiency in the service provided to BCS GM’s institutional clients.

Trub has almost 20 years of experience of both developing and making decisions related to technically complex solutions for corporate and investment banking to ensure that BCS GM continues to use the most advanced technology for the benefit of its trading teams and clients.

Previously Trub was a Director and Head of Global Market Equities, Russia at Deutsche Bank where he was responsible for software development and had a focus on stability of production environment, including simplification and unifications to improve order management and execution. Prior to this, he was Deutsche Bank’s Co-head of Trading Technologies for Russia Technology Centre which involved the management of a team of 300+ software engineers. Prior to Deutsche Bank he was VP of Software Development at First Line Software.

Trub’s responsibilities at BCS GM will involve development and implementation of IT strategy, rise of automation level for providing clients operations and regulatory reporting and connecting new markets.
 
“As one of the most high-tech companies in the financial sector, we put a focus on our investment bank’s IT platform as a key factor in the development of  our products and services for BCS GM’s institutional clients, as well as our for business development in Russia and internationally,” says Roman Lokhov (pictured), Chief Executive Officer of BCS Global Markets. “I am pleased to welcome Dmitry to our team and am confident that his unique experience in shaping technology development strategy will enable him to make a great contribution to the future of the company.”

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