Roger Rutherford is a veteran financial services executive. He currently serves as the chief operating officer of ParFX, a wholesale electronic trading platform for the global spot FX market.
Prior to joining Tradition, which owns ParFX, he was managing director and global head of foreign currency products for the CME Group. He was hired in November of 2010 to head CME Group's global currency trading unit from London. He left the firm in June of 2012 to pursue other interests.
For 10 years prior, Rutherford worked for EBS, the global currency and metals e-trading platform acquired by ICAP in 2006. Rutherford's background includes leading the EBS Sales teams (EMEA) in 2003, driving EBS Ai and later Prime Brokerage product team and latterly spearheading the introduction of NDF trading to the e-trading business. Rutherford gained significant FX brokerage experience in the U.S. and Canadian markets after starting his career at MW Marshall Money Brokers in London and New York.
Rutherford received a B.A. in mechanical engineering from East London Technical College.
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