DataArt, the global technology consulting firm that creates end-to-end solutions, has appointed Toby Bryans to its finance practice. Bryans steps into a senior role as Principal Consultant, Finance Practice DataArt. He leaves the position of Director, Onboarding NASDAQ NLX.
Bryans brings to DataArt strategic cross-discipline expertise in financial technology and the wider financial services sector. Bryans was at NASDAQ NLX for three years, where he reported to the President, ensuring smooth onboarding, working across sales, technology, compliance, project management and senior management teams. Recently he was responsible for the successful onboarding of market participates including JP Morgan and ED&F Man. Prior to NASDAQ NLX Bryans spent eight years at Schneider Trading Associates Ltd, rising to Head Strategic Technologist, having held positions previously at Voltrex Options and EccoWare.
DataArt Global Head of Finance Practice, Cliff Moyce said:
“We are delighted that Toby Bryans is joining DataArt’s fast-growing finance practice. His experience working on complex technology projects involving proprietary trading firms, high-frequency trading houses, exchanges and tier one banks will be invaluable.
“In the past year,” Moyce continued, “DataArt’s finance practice has gone from strength to strength in the UK, USA. and mainland Europe. Toby’s arrival further strengthens our ability to deliver complex technology projects across the whole trading lifecycle from pre-trade price discovery, through execution, to clearing and settlement. He also brings tremendous knowledge and experience in risk management and regulatory reporting.”
Toby Bryans said:
“DataArt’s core values of commitment to client service, innovation and delivery of high quality solutions sets the firm apart from others in the industry. I am proud to be joining such an effective team, who have delivered on some of the most difficult projects in financial services and capital markets for many of the world’s leading banks, exchanges, asset managers and market data firms.”
Bryans is a member of the British Computer Society and the London Capital Group and has advised the Parliamentary IT Committee. Outside work Bryans provides technical assistance to charities and is a keen photographer. He holds a BSc in Computer Science from Southampton University and speaks conversational French and Spanish.