Jay Moore is the co-founder and CEO of FX HedgePool.
Before taking on his own endeavor, Jay spent 20 years building products in FX risk management for two of the world’s premier custody banks - BBH (growing hedged assets from $25 billion to $75 billion) and State Street ($4 billion to $80 billion), with both programs continuing to be the fastest growing products at each bank.
A frequent speaker at industry events, Jay has pioneered the way banks offer passive hedging solutions - raising the bar with innovative reporting, agency execution, insightful forward TCA, and performance attribution capabilities that have become the market standard.
Emin Tatosian is the co-founder and CTO of FX HedgePool.
Emin is a second-time founder and technology entrepreneur with 15 years of experience designing and developing innovative FinTech solutions.
He co-founded FX HedgePool in 2019 – the FinTech that made peer-to-peer a long-awaited reality in institutional foreign exchange. Emin has helped the company achieve a blistering 10X Innovation Velocity to develop solutions in weeks, not months and years.
Before FX HedgePool, Emin co-founded FastFin in 2014 – a FinTech incubator and innovation lab – to help financial firms bring ideas to life rapidly using design thinking and modern technologies. Previous leadership roles have spanned global banking institutions in New York, London, and Sao Paulo.
Emin is a member of the Forbes Technology Council, a startup mentor at Fintech Cadence, and a judge for the CODiE and Conrad Challenge technology awards. Emin holds a BSc in Computer Science and an MSc in Enterprise Systems Development - with a thesis focused on Artificial Intelligence that earned the Brunel-GoldTel Prize.
CFO of FX HedgePool.
Before joining FX HedgePool in April 2022, Townsend Smith had a 20+ year record of success at Brown Brothers Harriman in high-profile and critical assignments, spanning banking and capital markets. Townsend began his financial services career in corporate finance and commercial banking. During the financial crisis, Townsend turned his attention to leading workouts of distressed corporate loans, completing his time in the role with significant, overall net realized gains. Later, he transitioned to capital markets, where, amongst other assignments, he held overall responsibility for successfully navigating the post-financial crisis regulatory transition and for risk management and balance sheet management across the firm’s global capital markets businesses.
Townsend has an MBA from Wharton, a BA from Trinity College and is a CFA Charter holder. He resides in New York City with his wife and three children.