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BTIG Relocates to Park Avenue Tower in New York

Traders Magazine Online News, April 18, 2019

John D'Antona Jr.

BTIG announced that it has relocated its New York location to an expanded space at Park Avenue Tower - 65 East 55th Street in Midtown Manhattan, effective immediately. The move accommodates BTIG’s consistent growth and future expansion. The firm employs over 600 industry professionals across 18 offices throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Over the past 12 months, BTIG has hired more than 100 employees globally, and they plan to continue to build out their team in key growth areas. “The new space will better support the needs of our employees as they work to identify opportunities for institutional and corporate clients,” said Jennifer Mermel, Chief Operating Officer of BTIG. “The offices offer enhanced meeting facilities and collaborative workspaces, incorporating the latest technology and scalable infrastructure. This location will help us add and retain top industry professionals, while creating an infusion of energy as we work to solve the business challenges of our clients and partners.”

BTIG, launched in 2003, has emerged as a top 20 global brokerage1 for its institutional trading expertise, ability to generate valuable natural liquidity and volume of execution activity across markets worldwide. Recently, the firm added a Fixed Income Credit Trading division to its established Institutional Equities and Equity Derivatives businesses. The Investment Banking unit has announced more than 275 transactions since January 2015, while its Research and Strategy division now offers insights and analysis on more than 350 companies under coverage. Notably, its Prime Brokerage, Outsource Trading and Capital Introduction services continue to carve out an impressive platform known for high-touch client service and solutions specifically tailored to the needs of emerging and established hedge funds, mutual funds, separately managed accounts and family offices.

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