Bruce Wolf

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Bruce Wolf
Occupation Head of FX Business Development.
Employer FlexTrade Systems
Location New York, NY

Bruce Wolf is head of FX Business Development for FlexTrade Systems, where he manages sales and business development for FlexTrade’s FX trading solutions for both the buy side and sell side markets. He has worked in sales and business development for more than 30 years. He was appointed to the position in September 2017. [1]


Wolf joined FlexTrade from EBS BrokerTec, where he was head of Americas sales, responsible for selling the firm’s FX and Treasury services to banks, brokers and hedge funds. Before EBS, he worked at Integral Development Corporation as managing director, head of Americas, selling multi-bank FX trading and white label platforms to banks, brokers, hedge funds and financial institutions.

He previously served as a director, FX Banks Sales Desk Head, in Citigroup’s global offices in Zurich, New York and London.

Earlier management/sales positions include stints at Thomson Reuters, CAP Gemini and MCI Telecommunications.


Wolf earned a B.S. in Business from the University of Wyoming.


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