German energy trading firm Trianel buys trading system from Trayport
Electronic trading systems vendor Trayport says Trianel European Energy Trading GmbH, which provides energy procurement and marketing services, as well as energy and emissions trading, has its GlobalVision Trading Gateway system.
“We chose Trayport because its GlobalVision solution gives us market clarity and enables us to expand our trading strategies across Pan-European markets. We are also able to simplify and improve efficiency in key trading processes, such as STP, into this core, flexible system,” says Dr. Alexander Kox, Head of Power Trading, Trianel. “For any trading organisation it is important to have confidence in your partners and we believe that Trayport’s success indicates they understand what our market needs.”
Elliott Piggott, Commercial Director at Trayport, says Trianel’s adoption of Trading Gateway highlights the continued trend in European organisations to adopt adopting advanced trading strategies.
To support its growth, Trayport also announced new hires across its sales and client service teams. Nathan Amery and Chris Weir join Trayport in the position of Sales Managers and Andrew Abbotsford-Smith as Client Manager.
Abbotsford-Smith joins Trayport as Client Manager with over 10 years of experience in business development and client relationship roles. Previously, he held positions at Software Spectrum, Shell Oil and IBM International in Australia and New Zealand. At Trayport, he will primarily focus on the Trading Gateway commodity clients in Europe.
Nathan Amery and Chris Weir will be responsible for building Trayport's business in Europe as Sales Managers. Amery brings business development experience from software company Magenta Media where he was responsible for new business generation. Prior to joining Magenta, he held Business/System Analyst roles at Schroders Investment Management and JP Morgan. Chris Weir joins Trayport from Consilium Technologies where he was a Senior Account Manager focusing on e-procurement platforms and mobile technology.