Moulangeâs new role will see him managing relationships with hardware and software partners and vendors. He will focus on enhancing the companyâs third party software development programmes and interoperability.
"Etrali is gaining more and more traction with financial institutions; ground-breaking products such as the Mach 3D dealerboard and Vision are attracting interest from all types of organisations across the financial services industry," he says. "In this new role, I will be able to apply my experience of interacting with third parties to ensure that our customers benefit from the most up-to-date technologies from across the market. This will ensure that we have the relationships and abilities to constantly enhance our customersâ trading experience."
Marie Anguera, Head of Global Products highlights the pivotal role Moulange will play in managing Etraliâs partnerships across the industry. "Tony will work on the development of relationships with companies such as Oracle and Microsoft, as well as weaving new relationships with external software development companies," she says. "He will also participate in tailoring our products to the specific activities of our clientâs trading rooms."
Moulange has held a variety of roles at Citigroup, HSBC, Smith New Court Securities and Merrill Lynch, where he was responsible for the relationships with vendors and stock exchanges globally. He joins from ePulse, where he spent three and a half years as a consultant developing secure over-the-counter trading systems, as well as running the entire dealing room support function for the BP Oil voice data applications and systems.