Davey Named COO of FMSB
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: March 2, 2021
The FICC Markets Standards Board (FMSB) has announced the appointment of Edward Davey as its first chief operating officer.
Most recently Davey was running his own business development and change management consultancy firm and recently supported Commonweath Bank to establish a new EU Banking entity in mainland Europe as part of its Brexit programme.
Prior to that he was head of product strategy for CLS Group in London, having joined the utility from his role as global FX chief operating officer at JP Morgan. Davey also spent more than seven years at Standard Chartered Bank, most latterly as global business manager, foreign exchange.
Reporting to Martin Pluves, FMSB’s CEO, the role will focus on managing FMSB’s working groups and sub- committees as they develop and produce standards, good practice statements and thought leadership publications across a wide range of wholesale FICC markets topics. It will also focus on expanding FMSB’s membership base and its international reach.
“This is an important role for FMSB and our members given we have a large pipeline of work for 2021 and beyond as part of our remit to raise standards in wholesale FICC markets,” says Pluves. “Ed has significant experience of working within the financial services sector and in delivering organisational improvements. We look forward to working with Ed as part of the FMSB Secretariat.”