Fabrice Carrier joins AccessFintech as Head of Derivatives Product Line

  • Fabrice to drive the expansion of AccessFintech product suite into derivatives
  • Appointment following growth of the Synergy Network, sharing and collaborating on data and workflows


London, New York, and Tel Aviv – 7 March 2022 – AccessFintech, a leading fintech company evolving the financial operating model through data and workflow collaboration announces the appointment of Fabrice Carrier as Head of Derivatives Product Line.


Fabrice joins AccessFintech after 30 years in investment banking. He has held several senior management roles at J.P. Morgan in both Fixed Income and Equities operations, with a significant focus on derivatives. Fabrice has been at the heart of many of the bank’s strategic programmes and led industry wide collaboration initiatives transforming investment banking operations.


His appointment comes at a time of momentum for AccessFintech as it continues to grow the Synergy Network and is now expanding its asset coverage on the platform. Following the successful roll out of Settlements, Pre matching, Regulation (CSDR), Loans, and Payments Confirmations, it has now naturally expanded into the derivatives space.


“AccessFintech Synergy has established an extraordinary network of connected participants, collaborating on data and workflow”, said Fabrice Carrier. “The challenges of the derivatives market, and the appetite for collaboration between buy side, sell side and vendors is at a perfect crossroads. I am thrilled to be joining AccessFintech to grow the derivatives franchise and be part of that innovation journey.”

Reflecting on the new hires, Roy Saadon, CEO of AccessFintech said: “In Fabrice we are fortunate to have gained an outstanding professional who has deep knowledge of the derivatives marketplace, and beyond, and a proven track record of innovation and transformation of the financial industry. Having established and gained traction and volume in several key product areas, it a clear next step for us to continue to build out the offer into derivatives, a $12.6 trillion [1] market.”

[1] ISDA Survey of Derivatives Dec 2021 https://www.isda.org/a/tBngE/Key-Trends-in-the-Size-and-Composition-of-OTC-Derivatives-Markets-in-the-First-Half-of-2021.pdf