Valbury Capital has appointed Mark Mayerfeld as a Non-Executive Director. Mark is Executive VP and member of the senior management team at TraderTools Inc., a leading provider of technology platforms to the Institutional and retail broking industry,
Mark has an extensive knowledge of the financial markets, including FX and money markets and acts as an advisor in the E-FX community on such topics as streaming liquidity, aggregation and API’s. He will have particular responsibility for providing oversight and independent advice to the Board on technology and commercial matters.
Mark joined TraderTools in 1997 and prior to that he was Vice President of Sales for Track Data Corporation (NASDAQ), a provider of real-time financial data, financial databases, analytical services and data manipulation tasks to end-users in a variety of trading markets. During his tenure at Track Data, Mr. Mayerfeld was consistently the company's leading salesman. He holds a BA in Economics from Queens College of New York.
Mark Mayerfeld, said: “I am excited to be joining Valbury Capital as Non-Executive Director. They are a dynamic and visionary company that will provide world class technology; developed to institutional standards; to enable individual and institutional clients instant yet reliable access to the global financial markets. It is a very interesting time in the FX industry and Valbury Capital has brought together the right balance of investors and corporate expertise to offer clients a unique experience based on traditional brokerage values.”
Mark Hanney, chief executive officer of Valbury Capital, added: “We are very pleased that Mark Mayerfeld has come on board as Non-Executive Director. He brings with him exceptional skills and experience that will add real value to our business. We have a strong team who know the right way to look after our clients. We are committed to providing the level of service you would expect from a traditional brokerage model combined with leading technology architecture; Mark will certainly help achieve this.”