More NewsSuperDerivatives Appoints Stephen Baker as Head of Sales (UK, Ireland, Middle East and Africa)

SuperDerivatives Appoints Stephen Baker as Head of Sales (UK, Ireland, Middle East and Africa)

SuperDerivatives® has announced the appointment of Stephen Baker as head of sales for the UK, Ireland, Middle East and Africa. Mr Baker is based in the company’s European headquarters in London. Prior to joining SuperDerivatives, Stephen served as head of the Hedge Fund Consulting Practice at Accenture that he established in the UK. His experience also includes senior sales management positions at Bloomberg in London and New York. “Stephen’s appointment is an important addition to SuperDerivatives’ global sales management team. He commands a deep knowledge of capital markets combined with a very successful track record of serving clients and scaling up business,” said Russel Levi, senior vice president of global sales and support, SuperDerivatives. “Stephen’s experience and knowledge base make him the perfect choice for further enhancing our strong relationship with London-based global financial leaders. He will also be the driving force in helping us meet our aggressive sales goals in Dublin’s fund administration centre and in the dynamic growth areas of the Middle East and Africa.”

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