Liquidnet, the global institutional investment network, has hired Nicholas Stephan as Global Head of Fixed Income Product, Services and Dealer Relations, based in New York. The appointment is the latest in a series of hires in EMEA and the Americas that has significantly increased the size and expertise of the fixed income team since Liquidnet’s acquisition by TP ICAP earlier this year. Reporting to Mark Russell, Global Head of Fixed Income, Stephan will be responsible for growing the firm’s fixed income offering across primary and secondary markets, with a specific focus on developing new trading protocols, governance, and access to liquidity. Stephan joins Liquidnet from Fenics DeltaX, where he was Managing Director. Earlier in his career, he co-founded and headed Phoenix Partners Group, a hybrid voice and electronic boutique broking business.
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LiquidNet Hires Nicholas Stephan to Head Fixed Income Product, Services and Dealer Relations
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