Reuters names treasury head

Reuters plans to grow its market share in foreign exchange options, interest rate swaps and overnight index swaps, said a company spokesperson. "In fixed income, we have a lower market share and we’ve been working hard to improve our position there," the spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said Reuters has conducted a number of deals to distribute data from brokers Cantor Fitzgerald, Tradition, GFI and options pricing from SuperDerivatives.

Reuters has also added JP Morgan’s fixed-income portal and Deutsche Bank’s Autobahn bond trading platform to its terminals during the past 15 months.

Robson replaces Julie Holland in the treasury role, following Holland’s move to manage asset management.

Robson - who was previously managing director of treasury services in the UK and Ireland, and managing director of treasury broking services - joined Reuters in 1985.

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