OneZero Brings Together Sales Teams
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: November 13, 2023
Trading technology provider OneZero has unveiled a new sales structure aimed at boosting growth opportunities and client service, by bringing its retail and institutional sales teams together.
The structural change comes at a time when the company is ramping up efforts to penetrate the banking industry with its technology, as explained by Stephen Totten, head of quantitative analysis at OneZero in a recent interview with The Full FX.
The teams have been united under the leadership of Alex Neo, who has been promoted to chief commercial officer, and Lynette Yeo, who has been named MD of global relationship management. Neo has been with the firm for six years, most recently as EVP of retail products and strategy. Prior to joining oneZero, Alex held roles at Rubix FX, Velocity Trade, Gleneagle Securities, Global Prime and Citi. Yeo was previously regional relationship manager at OneZero since 2018. Prior to joining, she held roles at Blackwell Global and GFI Group.
“We are excited that our institutional product is now being deployed and utilised by new client segments with evolving needs,” says Andrew Ralich, CEO of OneZero. “To facilitate further growth, we have validated this space and our role in it, and can now focus OneZero’s 170+ global staff as one unified team across multiple distinct client segments. Alex has shown tremendous skill at listening to clients and unlocking solutions that truly benefit them. I have great confidence that Alex will lead the team to a new era of growth, and Lynnette will ensure that customer service remains a key differentiator for us.”