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ON THE MOVE: SEC Alum Schapiro to Bloomberg; BTIG adds to FI Team

Traders Magazine Online News, October 30, 2018

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Cowen hired Frederic Seegal as Managing Director, Vice Chairman of Investment Banking. In this role, the 35 year veteran will help expand the Company’s relationships with a particular focus on the technology, media and telecom, and consumer sectors. Prior to Cowen, he served as Senior Advisor and Vice-Chairman at PJ Solomon, where he played a key role strengthening its media, entertainment, communications and technology practices. He’s also served at Wasserstein Perella and in various roles at Salomon Brothers and Lehman Brothers, concentrating primarily on major traditional and digital media and telecom clients. Seegal is based in New York and will report to Larry Wieseneck, Co-President, Cowen and Company.

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Forner SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro has resigned from her position as a non-executive director at the LSEG and has joined Bloomberg. Schapiro has been appointed vice chair for global public policy and special advisor to the founder and chairman at Bloomberg, overseeing the company’s public policy and regulatory priorities globally. Shapiro was the first woman to serve as chair of the SEC, a position she held for three years between 2009 and 2012. She is also the only person to have served as both chair of the SEC and the CFTC.

Mary Schapiro

Exegy promoted Robert Anderson to its team of senior account managers and the addition of John Faulkner to its London sales team. Anderson has global responsibilities to lead Exegy Hosted and Data Solutions sales, reporting directly to chief operating officer Rod Arbaugh. Faulkner is focused on sales of Exegy products and services in Europe and Asia and will report directly to the sales director for those regions, Carlos Lopez Lansdowne.

Broadridge Financial Solutions has upped Tom Carey to President of its Global Technology and Operations (GTO) segment. Previously President of Broadridge International, the 25-year veteran, previously led the rapid growth of the company’s technology and operations solutions in EMEA and APAC for nearly a decade. Carey reports directly to Tim Gokey, who will become CEO of Broadridge in January 2019. As President of GTO, Carey will oversee the growth of Broadridge’s core technology business globally across Capital Markets and Wealth and Investment Management. He will continue to serve on Broadridge’s Executive Committee.

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