Wall St. Vet Langbert Joins Englander's MA&PS

Apr 15 2013 | 10:45am ET

Millennium Management chief Israel Englander's Managed Accounts and Prime Services division has tapped Wall Street vet Brett Langbert as managing director.

Langbert, who just last year became president and COO of HedgeCo Networks and president of HedgeCo Securities, has also worked at UBS, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs.

MA&PS is a platform providing multi-prime brokerage services to small to mid-sized hedge funds and other players in the alternative investment space.

Stephen Tobias, president and CEO of Israel A. Englander & Co., said in a statement: “We are extremely pleased that someone of Brett’s caliber shares our vision and has joined the MA&PS team. The breadth of his experience and expertise in the institutional investment community will provide an excellent fit to MA&PS’ expanding presence in the industry.”


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