Goldman Sachs FX Executive Director joins Ripple’s Global Institutional Markets team

by | Aug 18, 2020

Goldman Sachs Global FX and Emerging Markets Franchise Management Executive Director Aditya Turakhia has joined Ripple as a Senior Manager of the Global Institutional Markets team.

According to an FNG article, Aditya Turakhia spent the past 7 years at Goldman Sachs, starting as an FX analyst in Bangalore, India in 2013 before moving to London in 2015 where he rose through the ranks of the investment bank to become Executive Director – Global FX and Emerging Markets Franchise Management. Before joining Goldman Sachs in 2010 he had worked at Flow Traders and HSBC in Singapore.

Mr. Turakhia’s will be working with Breanne Madigan, current VP, Head of Global Institutional Markets at Ripple. Prior to joining Ripple, Breanne also worked for Goldman Sachs for fourteen years. This comes only a few months after Miguel Vias, the former Head of XRP Markets, left Ripple.

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