Shoreline Boosts Agency Execution Team

Jun 29 2007 | 8:57am ET

Prime brokerage firm Shoreline Trading Group has hired Glenn Florio as a member of its agency execution team. Florio will be based at Shoreline Trading Group’s headquarters office in Los Angeles.

Florio joins Shoreline from ITG where he sold pre and post trade analytics as well as best execution evaluation products. Prior to ITG, Florio spent six years as a market analyst at Merrill Lynch.

"We welcome Glenn Florio to the Shoreline Team,” said Kurtis Kupiec, president of Shoreline Trading. “At Shoreline Trading Group we service large institutional clients as well as the under-serviced small-to-mid size fund with professional order execution services. We think that Glenn will be an asset in delivering value to these clients.”

Shoreline Trading was founded in 1996 and clears trades on a fully disclosed basis through Goldman Sachs Execution & Clearing, Bear Stearns Clearing Corporation and Fortis Securities.


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