Integral Appoints Kevin Wilson as New MD of Business Development

Integral, a leading FX technology provider, recently announced that it has appointed Kevin Wilson, former Citi executive, as the new Managing Director of Business Development.

Wilson, in his new post located in Palo Alto, will be responsible for managing new business initiatives and senior client relationships. He has been appointed as Global Head of hedge fund business development for established Fintech with primary mandate including overall segment product strategy, distribution and relationship management, according to his LinkedIn profile.

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With more than 20 years of experience, Wilson brings extensive experience in the foreign exchange market, particularly with senior management posts serving the hedge fund community. Within Integral, Wilson will assist the exchange to enable its customers: banks, brokers and asset managers, to perform well in the Forex market making use of innovative

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Nobel Prize in Economics awarded to Paul Milgrom and Robert B Wilson of Stanford University

“Their discoveries have benefited sellers, buyers and taxpayers around the world,” the prize committee said.

The two men will receive a cash award of 10 million Swedish kronor, worth a bit more than $1.1 million.

Today’s announcement comes as the global economy is battling to emerge from a painful recession caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The International Monetary Fund expects “a partial and uneven recovery” next year. Finance ministers and central bank chiefs from 189 member nations will gather virtually this week for the annual meetings of the fund and its sister institution, the World Bank.

Last year, a trio of economists shared the prize, which they received in recognition of their pioneering work developing new methods to fight global poverty. Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo, both from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Michael Kremer of Harvard University were honored for practical research insights that the academy said had

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