Philip Weisberg

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Phil Weisberg
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Phil Weisberg is a financial markets executive with experience in derivatives trading and FinTech.

He previously was an executive with Thomson Reuters in foreign exchange, rates and credit.[1]

He also served as chief executive officer at FXall. [2][3]

Background[edit]

Before joining FXall, Weisberg was a managing director at LabMorgan, JP Morgan Chase's eFinance incubator. At LabMorgan, he worked on the development of various client targeted portal efforts. He joined JP Morgan Chase in 1989 and held various positions in derivative trading in New York and London before managing currency derivatives globally.

Education[edit]

Weisberg received a bachelor of engineering in electrical engineering from The Cooper Union for Science and Art in 1989. He also received an MBA in Finance and International Business from New York University in 1998.

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