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Harpal Sandhu co-founded Integral in 1993 with Viral Tolat. In the late 1990s Harpal foresaw the dramatic impact that e-commerce would have on wholesale capital markets. He began adapting Integral's strategy and core technologies — the risk management, analysis and capital markets trading software that were used by many of the major banks, including Citibank, JP Morgan, CIBC, Merrill Lynch and others — to leverage the advent of e-commerce. Simultaneously, Harpal set out to expand Integral's executive management team and to prepare the company for rapid growth. Prior to founding Integral in 1993 with Viral Tolat, Harpal was founder and president of Infinity Financial Technology, a leading supplier of software products for
the financial services industry, which was acquired by SunGuard Data Systems in 1998. Harpal began his career as a financial engineer in the Capital Markets Product Development Group at Morgan Stanley & Company. Working at its New York and London offices, he helped model many of the early derivative financial instruments. Harpal holds a BA from Stanford University. He is also a frequent speaker at industry events and conferences.
Integral Development Corporation
Integral develops and operates FX Grid, a global multi-sided trading facility (MTF) connecting active market participants with all major sources of FX liquidity. Together with FX Inside, its real-time Execution Management System (EMS), Integral's products represent the intersection of direct market access and
algorithmic trading in the foreign exchange markets. Founded in 1993, Integral maintains development, support, and sales offices in Silicon Valley, Chicago, New York, London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore and Bangalore. Investors include Accel Partners, Adams Street Partners, Hudson Ventures, Ignite Group, Mizuho Capital and Mitsubishi UFJ Capital. For more information, visit www.integral.com.
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