Source: Tabb Group
Tabb Group, the financial markets research and strategic advisory firm focused solely on capital markets, today announced the promotion of Adam Sussman to director of research from senior research analyst, reporting to Larry Tabb, founder and CEO.
The firm also announced that Kevin McPartland and Monica Schulz joined the firm as a senior analyst and analyst, respectively, reporting to Sussman.
With Sussman's promotion to research director, Robert Iati, partner, moves to a newly created senior management position as TABB Group's head of consulting with global responsibility for the firm's strategic advisory services.
Strengthening the client support team based in New York, the firm hired Francesca Loo as client services director and Deborah Van Flandern as account management director, reporting to Mike Ross, partner and vice president, sales and marketing.
"An international research and strategic advisory firm is only as good as the people who work for it," said Larry Tabb. "Moving aggressively into 2008, we have made TABB Group a stronger organization to better serve our clients' research and consulting requirements in the US, Canada, the UK and throughout Europe."
Kevin McPartland joins TABB Group from Detica (formerly m.a.partners), where he was a senior manager in the global financial markets division responsible for strategic and implementation projects across equities, derivatives and fixed income.
Monica Schulz was recently at Institutional Investor News where she was a reporter for Wall Street Letter, covering the brokerage beat, including electronic trading, equity research, market structure changes, commission management and mergers and acquisitions.
Francesca Loo was a relationship manager/research analyst at Strategic Insight Mutual Fund Research & Consulting after serving as an analyst at the risk management group of Reuters Loan Pricing Corporation.
Deborah Van Flandern joins the firm from the New York business development team at the tax, accounting and consulting firm RSM McGladrey.