Brady will be moving to new offices at 60 Cannon Street in the City of London, an area historically linked to futures and commodities trading. Brady’s UK headquarters will remain in the Cambridge Science Park on the outskirts of Cambridge and will continue to house the head office operations, development and support. The new London office will put Brady’s sales and marketing staff in closer proximity to its City-based clients.
Brady began 2008 with a clear strategy for growth: it has recently hired additional senior sales and marketing staff, announced the new Concentrates trading and risk management system and added Mitsubishi (UK) as a client.
Gavin Lavelle, Brady CEO commented, “We have ambitious plans for the company this year and the London office is a logical next step for us. Many of our clients are based in the City of London and will benefit from our being nearer to their offices.”
Brady has been successfully producing leading risk management and trading solutions for over 20 years and has more than 800 users worldwide, including some of the largest financial institutions and mining corporations. Brady expects significant future growth to come from the precious and base metals, energy and risk management sectors.