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Our Leadership team

Our Team

Dr Jamie Walton,  Co-Founder

Former head FX and rates quant at Morgan Stanley


Jamie has spent 18 years as a senior quant at UBS, BNP Paribas and for the last 10 years at Morgan Stanley. He started his career trading in the CME options pits before moving to the quant space first in derivative modelling and then running all the FX, Rates and Emerging Markets quants at Morgan Stanley a team of more than 80 people. Jamie started the eFX quant team in 2009 at MS and grew this to be a significant provider of trading revenue. Jamie’s unique insights from holding senior posts in these spheres provides unprecedented capability and creativity for the invention of new innovative services. A fellow of Mathematics at UCL, Jamie has written academic papers on electronic trading. Jamie is the mathematical leader of Raidne’s service development.



Jim Wyatt,  Co-Founder
Founder of successful IT & operations company


A socialist entrepreneur who believes that looking after the interests of the clients and the staff is the route to providing long-term shareholder value. Jim founded www.bio.uk.com in 1999. Clients include Bank of England & many blue chip organisations based on a proven, trusted independent stance. Jim brings experience of successfully launching a new venture and enabling it to thrive by delivering excellent services.


Danny Wilkinson,  Market Surveillance Director  

Former director of JPY financial derivatives at  ICAP.


Having worked in Capital Markets at the sharp end of London’s trading floors for over 25 years seeing every conceivable facet of the trading and broking environment, thereby witnessing the very best and worst that the trading room has to offer Danny has a wealth of insight to share which is empowering the Raidne’s Quantitative Surveillance algorithms and steering them to seek out off-side behaviour. 


His exceptional career was derailed when the Serious Fraud Office arrested him for conspiracy to manipulate Libor fixings, with former client Tom Hayes. His combative style in the witness box against the prosecution made for compelling courtroom exchanges. Danny spent 4 years defending himself and fighting to clear his name, finally being acquitted in January 2016.


Companies in the legal arena also engage Danny to tap into his insight and expertise when handling fraud cases involving banks, brokers or financial derivative trading 

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