Myriam Condon

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Myriam Condon
Occupation Vice President of Member Services and Business Development
Employer Futures Industry Association
Location London
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Myriam Condon is vice president of member services and business development at the Futures Industry Association. She is responsible for attracting, supporting and retaining members and working with senior management to develop strategies to add value to their membership in FIA.[1]

She was previously at CurveGlobal, the London Stock Exchange's derivatives platform. Prior to that, she was with Fidessa as a global account director and sales director for futures and options clients.

She has also worked for several independent software vendors and tech firms in the financial space.[2]

Background[edit]

Condon served in a number of positions at Fidessa, an independent software vendor based in London. She was a sales manager from March 2014 to March 2015, focused on sell-side mid-tier organizations in Europe, Middle East and Africa. She also was part of Fidessa's high-value new business team run out of New York. In addition, she worked as futures and options global account director, and futures and options global account director there working on client relations, primarily with top 10 futures commission merchants from March 2013 to March 2014. Before that, she worked in a sales role for Fidessa's futures and options services for existing and new customers in Europe, from September 2011 to May 2013.[3]

Prior to joining Fidessa, Condon worked at Patsystems in new sales and business development in the EMEA region from January 2007 to June 2011. Before taking the sales role, she served as a business analyst and product manager for Patsystems, now a division of ION Trading.

Condon began her career in the financial industry in 1999 with Eontec, now owned by Oracle, working as a consultant analyst/designer, developing multi-channel banking solutions for the firm.


She is a trustee for Futures for Kids and a member of Women in Listed Derivatives.[4][5]

Education[edit]

She earned a B.Sc (hons) in biochemistry in 1998 and a post-graduate diploma in computer science in 1999, both from the University College Dublin.

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