ITG Snags Ex-JPMorgan Trader

Apr 28 2009 | 10:31am ET

Investment Technology Group, an agency broker and financial technology firm, today said that John Carillo has been appointed head of U.S. portfolio trading. Carillo will be responsible for all aspects of ITG’s portfolio trading services, including executing portfolios on behalf of all U.S. clients and offering strategic counsel for complex portfolio transactions.

Carillo joined ITG from JPMorgan Securities, where he was a senior sales trader in charge of marketing and trading global portfolios for institutional equity clients. Previously, he held a similar role at Merrill Lynch.

“With the addition of John’s experience and vision to ITG's agency offering, we can offer an enhanced high touch portfolio trading service that will be extremely beneficial to our clients,” said Chris Heckman, managing director at ITG.


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