Saxo Markets Welcomes Charlie White-Thomson
Charles White-Thomson, one of the largest advisors in the worldwide financial space, is now employed by Saxo Markets UK. He will now take on the position of non-executive director after being the co-founder of “The Lost Corner Ltd” for three years and ten months in London. The lost corner wasn’t operational in the financial markets, but instead was an online boutique maintained through Barnes. Returning to Saxo Bank, Charles White-Thomson will now assist the Saxo Group UK with their contracts-for-difference, forex options, stocks, futures and indices. This marks the first time that he’s returned to the equity and finance space since 2015.
Charles White-Tomson was also a formidable force for Suisse Bank in Moscow and London for sixteen years and five months. Mr Thomson left Credit Suisse Bank in August of 2015 and joined the BOGD Bank in 2017. His return to the industry was highly welcome by Andrew Edwards, the chief executive officer for Saxo Bank. Mr Edwards stated to reporters:
“We are pleased to welcome Charlie to our company. He is a highly accomplished senior executive and will further strengthen our business as we continue to grow. Together we will onboard a record number of new trading clients, as well as leveraging our technology by entering into wholesale partnerships with financial institutions and other fintech’s.”
Charles White-Tomson also spoke about his new role by saying, “I am delighted to join the board of Saxo Markets UK. I feel strongly about the strategic direction and the dynamic environment that Saxo is operating in. The prospects for Saxo are positive, and I very much look forward to contributing to the ambitious journey ahead.”
Saxo Markets UK now has an experienced director that can assist the company with new products in the digital currency space. Considering that his ideas have been revolutionary and that he knows the legislation about finance, there’s a good chance that Charlie can take this London-based exchange to new heights.