Integral (www.integral.com), the trusted financial technology partner to foreign exchange participants, today announced the appointment of VikasSrivastava as Chief Revenue Officer with responsibility for growing company revenues across all client segments including banks, brokers, and asset managers.
In this newly created role, Vikas will manage sales, business development and solutions to ensure that Integral continues its singular focus of helping its customers outperform their competition in foreign exchange markets.
“Vikas has been a leader, partner and client of Integral for 20 years,” said Harpal Sandhu, Integral founder and CEO. “His ability to understand industry nuances and solve customer problems is unmatched. I am delighted to welcome Vikas into a new leadership role at this exciting time for our company.”
Srivastava brings 30 years of deep and diverse industry experience in investment management, trading, sales, product development, and technology to his new position. He joined Integral in 2010 as the Global Head of Business Development responsible for strategic partner relationships and product innovation. Srivastava has also overseen Integral’s regulatory initiatives related to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and most recently MiFID II.
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Prior to joining Integral, Srivastava was founder and CEO of Cogence Capital, a quantitative trading company. For more than a decade before that he held numerous senior management positions at Citigroup in New York, leaving as its global head of e-commerce for the fixed income division. Vikas began his career at Barclays Global Investors in San Francisco where he became the Head of Currency Trading and Risk Management.
Srivastava holds an MBA degree from Tulane University, MS degree from Southern Illinois University, and a B. Tech from Indian Institute of Technology.