Charl de Vleeschauwer Joins Invast Global

Company News | +61 2 9083 1333 | 2021.10.08

Invast Global is proud to announce the appointment of Charl de Vleeschauwer to the position of Managing Director, Global Head of Electronic Trading and Execution (eTX) based in our Sydney office.

Prior to joining Invast Global, Charl worked as Head of Electronic Markets, FX and G10 Trading at BNY Mellon. Here he was appointed to grow the electronic FX offering and deliver on revenue and profit goals. He also drove the implementation of the SG1 project for BNY Mellon, leading a team of 15, involving setting up the firm’s electronic trading engine in Singapore.

“I have had the privilege in my career to work with some of the finest Financial Market Professionals in the Banking world, and I am excited to bring my experience and passion for Electronic Trading Solutions to Invast. Ensuring the best client outcomes through all liquidity conditions has been my focus throughout my career, and I look forward to guiding our prestigious client base at Invast towards their ambitions.” – Charl de Vleeschauwer

Before this Mr de Vleeschauwer worked for a number of tier-one investment banks including Citi, as the Director of Fixed Income and Commodities where he took on a growth-focused trading role.

Prior to this, Charl was also employed as Head of Foreign Exchange Trading, EMEA at Macquarie Group where he led the expansion of the company into the EMEA region managing a team of traders across FX Spot, Structuring, Derivatives and Rates. He further spent 8 years at Deutsche Bank as Director, Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities.

Invast Global CEO Gavin White, had this to say on the appointment:

“We are very excited to have attracted to Invast Global someone of Charl’s standing in the industry. Charl has been at the forefront of electronic trading over the past two decades and has deep understanding of how the markets have evolved through the period of electronification and onward to the rise of quantitative approaches to price making and warehousing risk.”


Charl will officially begin his tenure on the 25th of October. We look forward to Charl playing an integral part of Invast Global’s growth in the future.

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