Liquidnet expands into Singapore

Liquidnet, a global institutional marketplace, will open an office in Singapore in November amid growing interest in the region from its buy-side members.

Greg Henry will manage the office and report directly to David Klinger, managing director of Liquidnet for Asia. Henry was most recently responsible for portfolio trading operations at Liquidnet in New York and joined the firm in July 2004.

Liquidnet, which gives institutional investors a protected venue to make large trades without attracting price-altering attention, had 109 members trading Asia-Pacific equities on its platform, as of July 31.

The office is the company’s fourth in the region after Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Sydney. Liquidnet started its Asian operations on November 29, 2007, trading Hong Kong, Singaporean, South Korean and Japanese equities. Australia opened on February 20 this year.

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