Scott Bradley latest senior departure in LSEG re-structure

His departure follows news earlier this month that Dr. Robert Barnes, chief executive of LSEG’s Turquoise, would also be leaving the exchange at the end of this year.

Scott Bradley has become the latest senior departure at the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) as the trading venue looks to simplify its leadership across asset classes, The TRADE can reveal.

He will leave LSEG at the end of this year.

The exchange moved into FX for the first time at the start of 2021 as part of its landmark $27 billion take over of Refinitiv, and into the digital assets realm at the through its acquisition of trading technology provider, TORA, in early 2022.

Bradley’s exit follows the departure of Dr. Robert Barnes, chief executive officer at Turquoise, was also announced earlier this month. He is set to leave LSEG at the end of this year after nine years with the exchange group.

LSEG confirmed Bradley’s departure but declined to comment further on the restructure.

Bradley has been with the exchange group for nearly six years, joining as its head of sales, marketing and global business development, for its cash secondary markets and Turquoise in 2017.

He took on his most recent role as head of sales and platform distribution for securities trading at LSEG in May 2021.

Prior to joining LSEG, Bradley served in several senior roles at Instinet including as head of EMS and analytics sales for EMEA. He also previously spent 11 and a half years serving in electronic, algorithmic and program trading and sales trading focused roles at ITG, Goldman Sachs, Bear Stearns & Company, JP Morgan and Nomura.