Jamie Khurshid is a financial executive who was the CEO of Simplitium, owned by Cinnober, from 2014 to 2018. He joined the company as a partner to develop and build on their banks and brokers strategy. He negotiated the company's aquisition of Boat. 
He left the company in May of 2018.
Khurshid is well-known in London trading circles, particularly for his roles in technology and electronic trading at banks.
Khurshid's introduction to regulation in financial services came from heading up the MiFID Technology Programme for Credit Suisse, representing the firm on a number of London InterBank Forums and facing off to the FSA. During this time he was also the representative for the bank consortium ventures to set up both Boat Services Ltd and Turquoise MTF.
More recently he worked at Goldman Sachs as head of EMEA product development for the algorithmic and electronic trading businesses, and at the Royal Bank of Scotland to rebuild the cash and EDF businesses. He also worked for more than 10 years at Credit Suisse.
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