Susquehanna Names Mottl Head Of Derivative And Macro Strategy

Jun 20 2011 | 10:21am ET

Susquehanna Financial Group, an institutional broker-dealer, has named Trevor Mottl head of derivative and macro strategy.

Mottl joined SFG in 2010 as head of derivative strategy and market development. Prior to this, he spent three years as vice president in the equity strategies group at Goldman Sachs, structuring and marketing equity derivative transactions. Before this, Mottl spent three years at Merrill Lynch on its fund-linked derivatives trading desk. Mottl started his career at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York where he spent five years as a trader.

"Along with expanding Trevor's responsibilities, we are creating an internal 'macro think tank' to serve as a powerful and highly collaborative solution to this critical role. Core to our model is our belief in the importance of synthesizing every disparate variable that may impact the investment process for our clients," said Cory Carlesimo, head of equities.

SFG is a member of the Susquehanna International Group of Companies which specializes in sales, fundamental research and market intelligence for clients throughout the world.SIG employs approximately 1,500 individuals located in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia.


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