About the Club

The Broker Club was created to establish a community specifically for Brokers operating within Capital Markets.  The purpose is to build a network and community as well as solve challenges by sharing specific and topical information on subjects such as regulation, infrastructure, technology and innovation. 

Why did we create The Broker Club?

It seemed to us that financial institutions and companies have a wealth of information, publications associations and events specifically for them. With one group as an exception… Brokers.


No one helps Brokers get new clients.

No one tells brokers how they can cut costs and be more efficient.

If Brokers want to attend conferences they have to pay, whereas often they are free to the Buy-Side.

No one gives Brokers information about what latest technology is available, for example what products exist that solve regulatory requirements.

No one tells Brokers what alternatives are available to traditional vendors. There are alternatives available often at a cost far cheaper than the traditional suppliers and less than employing more staff.

No one gives Brokers a specific reference library covering Trading, Regulation/Risk/Compliance, Operations and Technology with articles, white papers and others – accessible by subject and keyword search.

No one gives Brokers a community and forum where they can ask each other questions, even anonymously to validate what they are considering.

No one arranges events, meetings and social gatherings specifically for Brokers.

We decided to put this right -Exclusive Membership to The Broker club gives you all of this and more.

Our Meetings and Events will be centred around requested subjects and hosted by The Broker Club.

Register to become a member.

Get in touch.

M: +44(0)7990 561288

T: +44(0)20 3786 7265

E: sally.jones@thebrokerclub.org

Carl Rogers


Carl has spent over 25 years in sales and marketing positions, providing data, research and software to financial institutions, having built an extensive network working for blue chip companies like Thomson Reuters, SS&C and S&P Global Market Intelligence.

Prior to joining Finceler8 Carl ran his own business development consultancy Alchemy Business Growth, helping FinTech companies to grow and international companies enter the UK market, focusing on lead generation, building the sales pipeline and direct sales.

Having been brought up in a family business, he is well aware of the challenges smaller companies face and is a mentor at L39 (Europe’s largest technology

Jon Carp


Jon has 34 years of experience of working in Financial Markets. Starting his career in 1982 working for Cazenove and Co. He moved to NMW Computers prior to Big Bang in 1986 in a Sales and Account Management capacity selling Market Making, Settlement and Portfolio Management systems to Banks and Brokers.

Jon subsequently spent 12 years working for information vendors Pont Data (3 years) and Reuters PLC (9 years) where he held sales positions including Equity Sales Specialist, Sales Manager and Sales Director. On leaving Jon had 25 Sales and Account Managers reporting to him. During this time Jon sold directly to or managed teams that sold directly to Global and local Investment Banks and Brokers.

Malcolm Ford


Malcolm has 28 years of experience of working in Financial Markets. Starting his sales career in 1989 working for a start-up brokerage business in Equity Derivatives. He moved to Daiwa Europe Limited in 1992 and then subsequently to the specialist warrant and CB market-maker, Cresvale Limited. In this time Malcolm was selling product to a range of institutional clients including hedge funds, private banks and asset managers.

Malcolm subsequently spent 4 years working in the Information Technology world for Bridge Information Systems, starting as a Technical Analysis specialist, progressing to a Strategic Account Manager. Malcolm was selling to Global and local Investment Banks and Brokers.

In 2000 Malcolm joined Credit Agricole to work for the Equity Broker, CA Cheuvreux where he became an integral part of the Electronic Trading team for Europe. During this period the team designed and brought to market new products for the bank including Direct Market Access, CFDs, Clearing, and Algorithmic trading.

Malcolm left Credit Agricole Cheuvreux in 2010 to join Morgan Stanley in order to establish a Sell-side client base for their Electronic Trading platform. In 2012, he joined the US-broker/dealer, Knight Capital Europe (now KCG Europe) and Instinet Europe Limited in 2014, before deciding in 2017 to follow his interest and focus on opportunities within Financial Technology.

Sally Jones

Executive Director

Sally Jones has over 30 years of experience of working in Financial Markets, starting in 1987 working for CitGroup, then in 1989 joined Reuters Limited where she was a key part of a team that launched the first electronic broking service for the interbank FX market, taking the service from early beta to a highly profitable and successful business.

Sally subsequently spent 12 years working in Sales Management roles initially as a Specialist Sales at Reuters then as the UKI Sales Manager for EcoWin Limited.

In 2006 Sally moved back to Reuters Limited initially as a sales manager then in 2011 Sally moved in to a Global Business Director Role, setting strategy for two of Thomson Reuters largest accounts across all business lines – Thomson Reuters Financial and Risk, Thomson Reuters Legal Services and Thomson Reuters Tax and Accounting.

Sally has established and maintained many ‘C’ level relationships within her account base as well as others within the Financial Markets.  Sally left Thomson Reuters in January 2017 to join The Broker Club.