Edward Boyle joins global market maker GETCO to focus on relationships with exchanges and trading platforms and to develop business strategies. Boyle, a 28-year veteran, previously ran NYSE Euronext’s options businesses. There, he was director of U.S. options exchanges and was responsible for strategic development, market structure initiatives and the technology platform of the NYSE Arca Options exchange. Prior to joining NYSE Euronext in 2007, he was a vice president and director of business development, equity derivatives, at TD Securities. Before that, Boyle was a managing director of business development for LETCO Trading Companies.
Hudson Securities hired three industry veterans with extensive institutional relationships in Boston to open an office there. Hudson hired sales traders Edward A. Salmon, Sean P. Silvia, as well as research salesman Donald G. Scammell III. All three have more than 25 years of experience. Salmon and Silvia join Hudson from Jefferies & Co., where they served as senior vice presidents in equity sales and trading. Scammell was previously a managing director at Raymond James Financial, where his responsibilities included developing institutional relationships in the Boston region.
The Security Traders Association promoted Joscelyn Wippern to vice president. In this role, she oversees marketing strategy for the association, heads its marketing committee and manages support for all existing STA committees. Wippern also runs STA’s office management, including infrastructure and variable labor. She has filled several staff and operating positions for the association. Prior to the STA, Wippern served in marketing positions at ConvergEx Group and at the commercial real estate firm CB Richard Ellis. She is based in Darien, Conn.
Matt Richter joins MKM Partners in Austin, Texas, as an executive director and sales trader. Richter, a 13-year veteran, was previously with Westlake Securities, where he spent two years covering accounts. He began as a market maker and worked at Stifel Nicolaus and Hanifen, Imhoff early in his career.
Eze Castle Integration hired two senior technologists from hedge funds for its San Francisco office. Michael Hartig and Zachary Lehman join to expand its West Coast business. Hartig joined as regional service director. He most recently served as the chief technology officer at Seasons Capital Management. Lehman joins as technology director. He will guide technology initiatives at Eze Castle for West Coast clients. A 13-year veteran, Lehman most recently worked at alternative investment adviser Varde Partners, where he served as director of technology.
Daniel Connell joins financial industry data vendor Correlix as chief executive officer. He’ll lead the firm’s global growth from his office in New York. Most recently, Connell served as executive in residence at private equity firm Spire Capital Partners. For more than 10 years prior to that, Connell served as executive managing director in the information services division at Standard & Poor’s. As part of that role, he also was chief executive of ComStock, a provider of global market data. Correlix, which has its headquarters in New York, develops latency measurement technology.
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