Harry Fry joins Invast Global as Director of Prime Services

Invast Global are proud to announce the hiring of Harry Fry as Director of Prime Services.

Off the back of a long tenure in London at Finalto, Harry joins Invast Global, bringing with him a wealth of experience. In his previous role at Finalto he was a critical member of the Institutional Business Development team.

Harry possesses a wide breadth of experience across both client facing and analytical roles. He started his career in a position at Selftrade, before progressing to a role as Oversight Analyst at JPMorgan, taking his career from strength to strength. His main responsibilities centered on ensuring institutional positions were in-line between back-office Operations and front office Portfolio Managers.

Moving to Finalto, Fry initially took up a role as Trading Solutions Analyst before shifting gears to operate within the Institutional Business Development team. Here he worked to expand the business and maintain existing relationships with clients. Harry notes “My previous roles helped me understand a business from all aspects, especially when it comes to back-office solutions and platforms. Most importantly, they allowed me to build strong relationships with clients and colleagues. I’m confident I can do the same at Invast Global ”.

Invast Global’s CEO, Gavin White agrees, We have some distinct advantages in the current environment that I know Harry will be able to leverage so we are very excited to have him join the team. He is a crucial hire to ensure we can continue to deliver our high-touch bespoke service to our valued clients and deliver on our strategic vision to be the Number one Prime of Prime and our clients first choice as a liquidity partner.”

Fry concurs, “I’m looking forward to gaining exposure to the APAC market. The market continues to expand and the growth will certainly bring opportunities with it. I’m also excited to be joining a highly motivated team. Although a lot of firms are still adjusting to the current economic environment, I have no doubt 2022 will be a successful year for Invast Global.”