Elysium Technology Group (ETG) is the leading innovator of post trade solutions for the foreign exchange (FX) and futures industries. ETG products are developed in-house to enable FX and Futures market participants access to post-trade processing, risk management, and customized client reporting. Our business is providing well-engineered, hosted, real-time solutions that address our client’s complex problems and workflows.
Our innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) can be configured to serve a variety of businesses:
FX Prime Brokers
Hedge Fund & CTA Managers
FX Agency Businesses
Prop Trading Groups
Multi-Manager Funds & Investors
Managed Account Investors
ETG’s products and services provide clients the opportunity to own their own data and have a centralized risk and operational control. ETG architects, designs and develops technology solutions in house, ensuring complete control and in-depth knowledge of every line of code. Enhancements to the proprietary products are both client driven and industry driven but always on the leading edge. ETG’s core product line up includes MPT Agency, MPT Manager, and MPT Managed Accounts.
ETG’s depth of expertise goes beyond software and product development. Our dedicated Client Services Team is available 24 hours a day. They are highly versed in all aspects of our financial products and have front office experience on trading desks at major financial institutions. Because ETG Client Services speak the language of our clients’ trading desk personnel, we can quickly assist with new software installation, provide news on the latest product releases and promptly address all client inquiries.
Andrew Siciliano, Chairman, has managed and traded proprietary global macro products for banks and dedicated funds for over 20 years. His experience spans U.S. and international fixed income, FX and commodity trading with both cash and option instruments.
Andy began his career in 1983 at O’Connor & Associates (“O’Connor”) where he built that Firm’s securities risk systems. Between 1991-1997, he managed the SBC FX and Treasury proprietary trading businesses. Between its inception in 1993 and August 1997 he managed the SBC Currency Portfolio which peaked at over $2bn in assets. From 1991-1998, Andy also served as the Global Head of Foreign Exchange, Fixed Income and Treasuries Department, where he was responsible for building a leading FX and Fixed Income business. Following the SBC-UBS AG merger, he served as a member of the UBS Group Executive Board.
From 1998-2002, Andy served as CEO of Webmind, a firm specializing in artificial intelligence and predictive analytics tools incorporating both textual and numeric data, revolutionary search and data mining techniques. In 2002, he co-founded Elysium Capital Group, a proprietary trading and hedge fund advisory firm.
Mr. Siciliano holds a B.S. in Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.
Ed Mount, Co-founder & Senior Advisor, served as President and CEO of Elysium Technology Group until the summer of 2011. He has been a trader and risk manager for over 20 years. Ed began trading futures and options on the floor of the CME for O’Connor and Associates, and spent 13 years in the OTC Foreign Exchange, Precious Metals and Commodities spot and derivatives markets, completing his institutional career as a Managing Director at UBS and Global Head of Commodities Sales and Trading.
He was a co-founding partner of Elysium Capital Group, a global-macro discretionary hedge fund which operated from 2002 to 2005. Ed served as Chief Risk Officer and Head of Operations during that time. From 2005-2007, Ed managed and traded for a proprietary trading group with his partner Andrew Siciliano, former Head of Elysium Capital.
Ed currently resides with his family in London and serves as a Managing Director with the Royal Bank of Scotland, responsible for all FX Technology-based Trading activities globally. He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from M.I.T. and attended the University of Chicago’s Graduate School of Business.