The International Stock Exchange has appointed Alex Taylor as Business Development Manager for its new private market service, TISE Private Markets.
Based in London, Mr Taylor (pictured) will be responsible for developing brand recognition and generating a sales pipeline for The International Stock Exchange (TISE) Private Markets.
Cees Vermaas, CEO of TISE, said: “I am delighted to welcome Alex to the TISE family. Alex has an impressive track record of building and maintaining strong client relations within several different financial services roles. He is well-connected in London among corporates and their advisors, managing commercial relationships and generating strong sales growth in his previous roles. I am looking forward to Alex increasing our sales reach by promoting TISE Private Markets directly among key targets in London and beyond.”
Mr Taylor joins TISE from London based investment bank, Altimapa Capital, where he has been a Commercial Director for the last 18 months and was previously Head of Client Relations. Prior to Altimapa, Mr Taylor helped to shape the commercial strategy at peer-to-peer lender ArchOver, building a strong network of UK based businesses and advisors. A graduate of Brunel University London, he has also held sports science and data analyst roles at Queens Park Rangers Football Club and Millwall Football Club.
Mr Taylor said: “I am very excited to be joining TISE and leading the sales strategy for TISE Private Markets. Having worked closely with a number of listed and private businesses over the past few years, I can see a huge benefit of our innovative offering and I’m already aware of significant demand for this type of service, so I can’t wait to showcase our proposition to the market.”
TISE recently announced that Blue Diamond Limited, the leading garden centre group based in the UK and Channel Islands, had become the first company to join TISE Private Markets. It operates 44 garden centres across the UK and the Channel Islands, with more than 4,000 employees and annual revenues approaching £350 million.