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big xyt hires new head of business development for Continental Europe

big xyt, the independent provider of smart data and analytics solutions to the global trading and investment community, is pleased to announce that Gilles Meyruey has joined their executive team as Head of Business Development (Continental Europe).

Gilles’ 35-year career in Europe covers senior positions in equities, derivatives, and bonds trading, execution services management and client management for leading firms including Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking (SGCIB), Dexia Securities France, Exane and Deutsche Bank.

Gilles Meyruey commented, “I’m excited to join the talented and highly skilled team at big xyt. I have been watching their success in Europe over the past few years with great interest and have been impressed as their security analytics and execution analytics solutions have evolved and been adopted by global firms including leading exchanges, Tier 1 banks and buy-side clients. I’m looking forward to further driving expansion in Continental Europe and introducing our unique solutions to firms in the region.”

Robin Mess, CEO and Co-founder of big xyt, said “I’m pleased to welcome Gilles to our global leadership team, which covers EMEA, the Americas and Asia Pacific. The combination of Gilles’ experience with big xyt’s expanding portfolio of analytics solutions will be of tremendous value to the financial services industry, and will enable us to accelerate our growth and to develop our global capabilities across asset classes in partnership with our clients.”

Navigating fragmented markets remains a challenge for participants needing easilydigestible information on trading analysis. The big xyt data analytics platform responds to these market challenges, and provides clients access to independent, accurate and transparent results, transforming their trading performance and analysis, and reducing the complexity and costs of their technology and operational requirements.
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