GAIN Capital Announces New Personnel

18 July 2008

GAIN Capital Group, a leading provider of foreign exchange (forex) services for individual and institutional investors, today announced the following personnel additions:

Shane Braunstein, vice president, corporate development
Braunstein, in the new role of VP of corporate development, will assist GAIN’s executive management team with identifying new business and other development opportunities. Braunstein was most recently with private equity firm 3i, where he identified and executed private equity transactions in the technology, media and financial services sectors. Prior to 3i, he had been with Oliver Wyman in its financial services consulting practice. Braunstein will be based in GAIN’s Bedminster, New Jersey headquarters.

Ramesh Srinivas, vice president, applications architecture
Srinivas brings to GAIN nearly 20 years of experience creating and delivering technology solutions in the financial sector. His experience also encompasses services-oriented architectures and the gamut of Microsoft networking and other technologies. Srinivas was most recently a Microsoft .NET architect and consultant for SOA Software, and he had previously worked on consulting projects for financial services companies including Merrill Lynch and Bankers Trust. Srinivas will be based in GAIN’s Bedminster, New Jersey headquarters.

Ashok Margam, regional director, institutional alliances, US and India
Margam has joined GAIN in this new role with primary responsibilities for GAIN’s institutional sales for the US and India regions. Margam most recently served as assistant vice president for business and strategic development for M&T Bank’s Brokerage Division. Initially, Margam will be based in GAIN’s Bedminster, New Jersey headquarters.

Arun Subramanian, regional director, Asia Pacific
In this new position, Subramanian will be responsible for facilitating GAIN’s overall expansion in the Asia Pacific region, with a focus on creating direct and indirect business channels. He will also serve as the primary corporate liaison with the appropriate local regulatory bodies. Subramanian was most recently at Analabs Holdings, where he was director, global business development. Prior to Analabs, he had been with GE Capital, Heller Financial, Towers Perrin and Ernst & Young in a variety of business development roles. Subramanian’s office will be based in Singapore.

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