It has been twelve months since Hedgebook’s CEO, Richard Eaddy, packed his bags and headed to London to spread the Hedgebook gospel. The success over this time has validated Hedgebook’s relevance for the UK/European market and has provided the confidence and necessity to strengthen the team. This year, two new special humans have joined the UK office, tasked with deepening existing Hedgebook relationships and partnerships as well as creating new ones.
Nathan joined Hedgebook to lead our banking and broker partnerships in the UK. No stranger to FX markets, Nathan has more than fifteen years’ experience leading international business development and expansion projects for both the public and private sectors. Prior to joining Hedgebook, Nathan was the Head of Partnerships at a London-based foreign exchange brokerage. There he developed new partnership channels with financial and professional services partners to drive greater mutual business development and marketing outcomes. Nathan worked in New Zealand and Australia before settling in the UK where he has resided since 2007. As an Arsenal fan he covers his downside with ongoing support of the All Blacks.
Will joined Hedgebook at the start of 2018 to lead the business development efforts for Hedgebook Audit. Independent valuations of financial instruments is increasingly a focus for audit firms and Will is tasked with introducing these firms to an efficient and economic way to do it. Will brings his relationship building skills to Hedgebook with eight years business development and sales experience across the recruitment, outplacement and FMCG industries, most recently at an international recruitment business where he spent time working in Australia. He then came back to London to assist people who were looking to migrate from the UK to Australia or New Zealand eventually moving to business development for their HR consultancy arm. To build his domain knowledge he has immersed himself in technical accounting! Will is an avid rugby fan and still attempts to play, turning out for his local side’s 1st XV most weekends then hobbling in to work on Monday morning.
Welcome to Hedgebook!