ConvergEx Group Hires New Head Of European Sales

May 30 2012 | 5:40am ET

Technology company ConvergEx Group has named Jeremy Bruce managing director and head of European sales for the company’s global execution business.

Based in London, Bruce has responsibility for sales and new business development for ConvergEx’s suite of global electronic and high-touch execution services.

“Jeremy is experienced, deeply knowledgeable and has a great reputation in the region – all making him ideally suited for this role,” said William Capuzzi, president of ConvergEx’s global execution business. “We have committed significant resources towards growing our European footprint by investing in new talent and new technologies and Jeremy will play an important role as ConvergEx executes on its long-term growth plan.”

“What attracted me most to ConvergEx was their tremendously innovative products that help solve the increasingly complex liquidity needs of customers,” added Bruce.

Most recently Bruce was head of European electronic trading sales at Nomura. Prior to that, he was an executive director in electronic trading services at Morgan Stanley.

ConvergEx’s global electronic and high-touch execution services include: algorithmic suites, direct market access tools, ADR products, as well as ETF, portfolio and high-touch execution services. Its products connect customers to over 50 electronic markets and more than 100 global markets. 


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