FACES OF FINANCE: JOE RUNDLE
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Faces of Finance introduces you to Joe Rundle, Head of Trading at ETX Capital as he tells us about his experience and what he likes the most about his day job. Watch now to find out more!
Since this video was published, Joe Rundle has left ETX Capital:
Leaprate.com – the online trading news provider wrote in July 2016, “Joe Rundle had been with the FCA-regulated ETX for more than 12 years, and along with ETX CEO Andrew Edwards was one of the few remaining employees at ETX dating back to before the company’s takeover by an investor group led by JRJ Group’s Jeremy Isaacs and Roger Nagioff in 2007.
Joe Rundle’s title at ETX was Head of Trading, however he was involved beyond the trading floor in a number of the company’s key business development initiatives. Most recently, Mr. Rundle spent a lot of time going back and forth to Shanghai building up ETX’s presence in China and the Far East. He was also involved in setting up country-specific partnerships for ETX in various European countries – ETX has had success partnering with specific reps in several individual countries on the continent.
A senior source at ETX Capital told LeapRate that the company and Mr. Rundle parted on good terms. The source told LeapRate that Mr. Rundle was indeed an important part of the growth story at ETX the past few years and he is definitely ‘CEO material’.
Financefeeds.com wrote, “Mr. Rundle spent 12 years at British spread betting stalwart ETX Capital, where he was Head of Trading and Partnerships between July 2010 and August this year, preceded by Head of CFDs and Execution between 2004 and 2010.”
“Coming from a background in interbank trading, Mr. Rundle was with Fleet Bank as a trader between November 2002 and 2004 before embarking on his longstanding tenure at ETX Capital.”
A rundown on ETX Capital
ETX Capital is a UK based financial company that provides institutional, high net-worth and retail customers with multi-asset market derivatives trading through financial spread betting and contract for difference (otherwise known as CDFs) products. ETX Capital is the trading name of Monecor (London) Limited.
ETX Capital provides online trading in spread betting, CFDs and foreign exchange (forex or FX for short).
The company was originally incorporated in 1965 as Monecor Ltd, and became a member of the London Stock Exchange. In 2002 Monecor (London) Limited launched a retail derivatives arm called TradIndex. In 2007 the group was acquired by a joint venture between the UK-based JRJ Group and the Netherlands-based BXR Group, whereupon TradIndex was relaunched under a new name – ETX Capital. ETX is an acronym for the services the company offers: Electronic trading, Telephone Trading and Execution services. Over the last 7 years, ETX has expanded to a number of international markets including Germany, France, South Africa, Portugal, Denmark, Romania, China and many more.
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