Peter Randall is CEO of SETL, a blockchain technology firm aimed at processing currency trades.
Randall served as chief executive of Chi-X Europe Limited following its launch in March 2007. He was responsible for the strategic development of the business and helped Chi-X become the fourth largest equities platform in Europe. He also securee £12 million ($17 million) in new funding from existing shareholders in a deal that reduced the stake of its majority owner, agency broker Instinet Europe, a subsidiary of Instinet International Ltd. In February 2009 he stepped down from the position. Randall is credited with growing Chi-X into the fifth largest equities market in Europe during his tenure.
Before Chi-X, he was chief executive of Instinet in Asia and chief operating officer of Instinet Europe Ltd. Instinet was a majority owner of Chi-X. Randall started his career as an analyst and was named a leading analyst by Euromoney when he was at James Capel. He has also served on a number of regulatory committees as well as executive director of FIX Protocol Ltd.
Randall was educated at the London School of Economics and the University of Oxford.
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- Peter Randall bio. Chi-X.