BNY Mellon Loses Second e-FX Manager?
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: June 21, 2021
The Full FX understands that Charl de Vleeschauwer, APAC head of electronic markets FX, at BNY Mellon, has left the firm in Singapore and relocated back to Sydney.
De Vleeschauwer led the bank’s SG1 project to establish its FX pricing engine in Singapore, and also headed up G10 FX trading for the region. He joined BNY Mellon in mid-2019 from Citi in Sydney, where he was director, FIC trading. Prior to Citi, de Vleeschauwer was head of FX trading EMEA for Macquarie Bank in London, having joined from an eight year spell at Deutsche Bank in Sydney in the FX business.
This is the second senior departure from BNY Mellon’s e-FX business in a matter of weeks, after James Taylor, global head of e-FX sales, left the bank to join digital assets firm Unizen as chief business development officer.