|Occupation||Head of equities electronic-trading operations|
|Location||New York, NY|
Bill White is head of the equities electronic-trading operation at Barclays Bank.
He was removed from his day-to-day responsibilities after allegations that his group lied to clients about the operations of Barclays' dark pool, Barclays LX, which is group ran. He was not named directly in the lawsuit filed by the New York Attorney General's office against Barclays, although the complaint referred to him several times by title.
White was previously the head of Barclays' market-making business at the New York Stock Exchange. Before that he held a similar position at Van der Moolen Holding NV's market-making business, which was sold to Lehman Brothers in 2007.
- Barclays Executive Removed From Daily Operations. The Wall Street Journal.