ConvergEx Names New CFO

Jun 20 2014 | 11:18am ET

ConvergEx Group, a provider of global brokerage and trading-related services, has added Conor McCarthy as chief financial officer.

McCarthy will oversee all of ConvergEx’s global financial operations and will serve on the firm’s executive committee, responsible for providing organizational guidance and governance.

“I am excited to have Conor join the ConvergEx leadership team, as he brings an impressive 30-year track record as the Chief Financial Officer, Controller or Treasurer for many leading financial institutions,” said Eric Noll, ConvergEx Group president and CEO. “

Most recently, McCarthy was CFO – Americas for global institutional brokerage GFI Group. Previously, he held senior roles at Moneyline Telerate (now part of Thomson Reuters), Exco USA (now part of ICAP) and Bankers Trust Company.
McCarthy will be based in New York at ConvergEx Group’s worldwide headquarters.

ConvergEx Group is headquartered in New York with a presence in several other key locations including London, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston and Atlanta, the company serves more than 3,000 clients accessing over 100 global market centers.

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