The Foreign Exchange Professionals Association (FXPA) is pleased to announce the addition of software development firm, Atlassian – represented by Treasurer Alex Blackmur – as an Advisory Member.
The addition of Atlassian, which is headquartered in Sydney, Australia, marks a return to FXPA for Blackmur, who previously served on the FXPA Board as the representative from Microsoft.
“I am looking forward to resuming my work with FXPA, now representing Atlassian as an Advisory Member. FXPA is a great way to give back to the market, providing us with an important avenue to engage with industry peers and address issues that uniquely impact the buy side of the FX market,” says Blackmur.
“We are delighted to welcome Alex back to the FXPA fold. His perspective into a variety of topics will provide valuable insights into how the market is functioning for buy side participants,” says FXPA Chair, Susan Dauber,Head of Legal & Regulatory at Euronext FX and Chairperson of Euronext Markets Singapore.
Since 2014, the FXPA has been representing the collective interests of the institutional FX market to advance a sound, liquid, transparent and competitive global currency market to policymakers and the marketplace through education, research, and advocacy.
The Foreign Exchange Professionals Association (“FXPA”) is a Washington-based organization that represents the collective interests of professional foreign exchange industry participants. The group is designed to engage key regulators and policymakers through education, research, and advocacy, with the goal of advancing a sound, liquid, transparent and competitive global currency market. See more at www.fxpa.org