Terra Nova Joins NYSE

May 8 2009 | 1:38am ET

Terra Nova Financial, which specializes in providing prime brokerage services for hedge funds and other institutional asset managers, has become a member of the New York Stock Exchange.

"We are excited to announce this important membership and honored to be invited to stand on the podium at the New York Stock Exchange," said Michael Nolan, President of Terra Nova Financial, who will ring the closing bell on Monday. "Our clients are among the most sophisticated trading professionals and they continually challenge us to think differently and broaden our execution and clearing offerings.”

According to the firm, becoming a member of the NYSE helps Terra Nova, a self-clearing brokerage firm, continue to forge new ground with advanced execution and clearing services.

With NYSE membership, Chicago-based Terra Nova is now a member of almost every major American exchange, including the International Securities Exchange, the Boston Options Exchange, the Chicago Stock Exchange, the National Stock Exchange, NYSE Arca Options, NYSE Arca Equities, NYSE Alternext US, NYSE Euronext, NASDAQ OMX Group Inc., NASDAQ OMX PHLX, and CBOE Stock Exchange.

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