Mr. Seaburg is a Managing Director and Head of Sales Trading at Cowen and Company.
Over the course of his 20+ year career with Cowen in both equity sales trading and trading, Mr. Seaburg has advanced to increasingly senior level roles at the firm. In 2006, Mr. Seaburg was named Head of Sales Trading and appointed to the firm's equity operating committee.
Mr. Seaburg has a business finance and economics degree from Northeastern University in Boston.
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