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UNX names Brian Spengemann MD, sales and business development

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UNX, the trading technology company, announced today that it has hired Brian Spengemann as Managing Director of Sales and Business Development.

Mr. Spengemann has held senior-level roles in global portfolio, algorithmic trading and operations at Credit Suisse, Lehman Brothers, and Bankers Trust Company.

Before joining UNX, Mr. Spengemann was a managing director in the Merrill Lynch portfolio and algorithmic trading group, where he covered quantitative asset managers. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Mr. Spengemann worked at Credit Suisse. He started his career working in theoretical biophysics at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

"I am excited to join UNX," Mr. Spengemann said. "As a technology-focused independent broker dealer, UNX has successfully differentiated itself through its open and modular approach. Its tactical execution fabric allows traders to control orders at the most basic level, giving them highly transparent trading that offers greater control over their execution process."

"UNX is emerging as a new type of agency brokerage," said Scott Harrison, CEO of UNX. By leveraging our core strength in technology, we are em powering both buy-side traders and sales traders with high-quality execution delivered through a truly open portfolio trading system."

"Brian's vision and diverse experience make him an important addition to the UNX team as we seek to meet the evolving needs of the industry," Mr. Harrison added. "As a veteran portfolio trader and electronic trading salesperson with experience in international markets and listed derivatives, Brian will be instrumental to our future growth."

 

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