Athletes, Models and the Bionic Chef Take Over the BTIG Charity Trading Day

Who's a better broker - A-Rod, Sports Illustrated's Hannah Davis, Eli Manning or Beth Ostrosky? Traders brings you Part 2 of our BTIG 2015 Charity Day gallery.

Which celeb would you want on the other end of a trade? Alex Rodriguez has the focus, Hannah Davis has the style and Bobby Valentine can definitely work the angles. Last month, global brokerage firm BTIG raised more than $5 million to charities foritsCommissions from Charity Day 2015.

Tradersis proud to present our second gallery of images from the star-studded sellside charity event.

The first part of the BTIG Commissions for Charity can be found on our Traders Gallery Page.

This year more than 200 charities worldwide will be the beneficiaries of BTIG Charity Day.

More than 50 celebrities acted as ambassadors for charities on Tuesday’s event. The gust list included Allan Houston, Alex Rodriguez, Beth Ostrosky Stern, Bobby Valentine, Bode Miller, Brooke Shields, CC Sabathia, Charles Oakley, Chris Mullin, Damaris Lewis, Doug Ellin, Eduardo Garcia, Eli Manning, Eric LeGrand, Geoffrey Zakarian, Hannah Davis, Hannah Storm, Jeremy Roenick, Joe Girardi, Joe Namath, John Starks, John Sterling, Josh Capon, K. Lee Graham, Kelly Rutherford, Kristin Davis, Lawrence Taylor, Mariano Rivera, Mark Messier, Mark Teixeira, Mike Maccagnan, Nate “Tiny” Archibald, Nia Sanchez, Padma Lakshmi, Rachel Robinson, Rebecca Jarvis, Rick DiPietro, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Weatherford, Tom Coughlin, Tommy Hilfiger, Tutan Reyes and Woody Johnson in New York, Barry Bonds, Damon Bruce, Joe Morgan, Reggie Jackson, Ronnie Lott and Vida Blue in San Francisco, Jason Collins, Marcus Allen, Michelle Monaghan and Tony Gonzalez in Los Angeles and Charlie Webster, Francine Lewis, Jamie Laing, Mike Gatting OBE, Miles Jupp, Pandora, Sinitta and Vogue Williams in London.


Check out other slideshows at ourTraders Picture Gallery.