NEW YORK, Oct. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking announces senior additions to its U.S. cash equity sales and trading teams to extend its leading trade execution capabilities as well as its highly rated European sectorial and global macro research to U.S institutional investors.
Mario Arace has joined SG CIB as a senior sales trader to spearhead the firm's expansion in American cash equity and ADR trading with U.S. clients. Arace joins from Citi where he worked for two years. Previously he headed sales trading at HSBC for six years and JP Morgan for two. He reports to Sean Patrick Farrell, Head of U.S. Sales Trading.
Sunny Duggal has joined the firm's Program Trading desk as a senior sales trader focusing on institutional accounts. He joins from RBS where he was a senior sales trader on their Program trading desk. Previously he worked at Goldman Sachs. His lengthy experience trading ETFs, Futures, Equity Finance and Corporate buy-backs will benefit the firm's clients in delivering across the entire Delta 1 product range. Duggal reports to Jenny Chen, Head of U.S. Program Trading.
Gregory Henry has joined the firm's Quantitative Electronic Services group and is responsible for selling global electronic trading services to U.S domiciled accounts. He joins from UBS where he was an executive director in their Direct Execution Services group. Prior to that, he ran the Singapore office of Liquidnet Holdings and has also held roles at ITG and Instinet. He reports to Richard Johnson, Head of U.S. Quantitative Electronic Services.
Brian Chamberlain has joined the firm's Chicago office as a senior cash equity sales person focusing on Midwest institutional clients and marketing the firm's leading European sectorial and global macro research product. Prior to joining SG CIB, Mr. Chamberlain worked in European equity research sales for Citi, RBS & Merrill Lynch over a span of 16 years.
Will Morlock has joined the firm as a senior cash equity sales person following 21 years of European research sales experience, including 15 years with UBS and six years with BofA Merrill Lynch where he was Head of US/Europe Sales. Mr. Morlock began his career with UBS Warburg in London in 1991, and spent two years in Hong Kong before moving to New York in 1998, where he covered U.S. clients.
Nick Shevloff has joined the firm as a senior cash equity sales person. He was previously with JP Morgan where he was a member of the Senior European Equity Sales team. From 1998-2000 Mr. Shevloff built and ran the European equity desk for JP Morgan in the U.S. before joining Bear Stearns as Senior Managing Director where he was integral in developing their successful U.S./European Equity Franchise (2000-2008).
Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Morlock, and Mr. Shevloff report to Chris Baildon, Head of U.S. Cash Equity Sales in New York.
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