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Latest job changes across the industry
FCA hires Foulger; new CRO for HSBC; Goldman's senior shake-up; equities chief for Credit Suisse
Harold Kim mulling other opportunities at the bank; Cantor Fitzgerald expands fixed income sales team; StanChart hires head of global investor coverage; Grundmann joins JP Morgan; DiBacco gets new role at Getco; RBC Investor Services CEO bids farewell
As exchanges see a rise in carbon trade volumes, consolidation among brokers is expected. Katie Holliday looks at whether CantorCO2e’s closure could be the first of many
CFTC lifts final barrier to film futures hedging, but trade may still be banned soon
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission approves exchange-traded film futures, but the industry and Congress might block the business before trading can begin
London-based voice and electronic brokerage BGC Partners has appointed its own chief financial officer for the first time.
Cantor Fitzgerald has today appointed Douglas Barnard as chief financial officer.
Prebon Yamane in Singapore has been rocked by the resignation of a large number of its broking staff. Over 50 employees including numerous senior brokers have left Prebon in the Lion City to join rival company BGC, the brokerage arm of Cantor Fitzgerald.
Totem Market Valuations, a provider of over-the-counter derivatives price information, is to expand its interest rate derivatives pricing service to include Swiss francs, Hong Kong dollars and Korean won. The products covered will be interest rate…
Cantor Fitzgerald will spin off its global voice brokerage business as a new company, BGC Partners, effective from October 1 this year.
Collins Stewart Tullett is on the verge of buying inter-dealer broker Prebon Yamane for a reported £130 million.
Reuters has named Mark Robson its global head of treasury and fixed income, during a year when the UK company has placed the development of its treasury business as a high priority.
Steven Horkulak has won his constructive dismissal court case against the US swaps broker Cantor Fitzgerald, his former employer, for loss of salary and discretionary bonus, a sum totalling around £1 million.
While the coal market awaits pricing indexes to reinvigorate trading, emissions trading is getting a boost from increased coal burning. Catherine Lacoursière reports
Broker Cantor Fitzgerald has hired Irvin Goldman, former head of fixed-income sales and trading at Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB), as president of its debt capital markets and asset management division.
Interdealer-broker Cantor Fitzgerald’s trading technology subsidiary eSpeed has filed a patent infringement suit against electronic fixed-income trading platform BrokerTec, while separately a court case pertaining to alleged constructive dismissal…
Bernie Weinstein, former president of Thomson Financial’s sales and trading group, will become a senior managing director at inter-dealer broker Cantor Fitzgerald on January 1, overseeing Cantor Market Data (CMD) and eSpeed’s Software Solutions business.
UK inter-dealer broker Icap has retained the services of a professional lobbying company in Washington to combat negative political sentiment and ensure the broker’s interests are fully represented on Capitol Hill.
eSpeed, a subsidiary of interdealer broker Cantor Fitzgerald and developer of electronic trading technology, has settled its lawsuit against the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) and the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) over infringement on patented…
Harry Fry has stepped up from his position as managing director of Cantor Fitzgerald’s energy derivatives and market data business to become president of TradeSpark, the electronic energy commodity market-place formed by Cantor and its online brokerage…
Fimat, the US-based brokerage firm, has signed up to Egar Technology’s Focus system for trading energy and commodity derivatives. Egar is a New York-based technology firm that offers trading systems for over-the-counter and exchange-traded interest rate…
Cantor Fitzgerald has named new managers to its sister business eSpeed to replace those lost in the World Trade Center tragedy. The broker lost nearly 700 of its 1,000 staff in the tragedy, which has now claimed more than 6,000 lives.