ICAP Loses Another Three EBS Alumni

By Darren Jer | Jun 10, 2007

10 Jun 2007
Hot on the heels of the departure of Jack Jeffery, former chief executive of EBS, ICAP Electronic Broking has seen the departure of another three senior EBS officers a spokesperson for the company confirms.

Ed Howorka, James Sinclair and Darren Jer are all said to have left the company, although in spite of intense speculation in parts of the industry, their future plans are unknown.

Howorka and Sinclair are both longstanding EBS executives, having been with the firm since its very early days. Howorka was latterly EBS’s chief business risk officer, before which he was chief technology officer for the firm, a role which saw him play a key role in building the original EBS technology.

Sinclair was head of research and strategy at EBS, having moved to the firm in its infancy from shareholder Citibank. Jer was head of new business acquisition for the Americas with a specific focus upon EBS Prime.

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