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ITG hires Timothy Reilly as head of US electronic sales

04 June 2014  |  1420 views  |  0 Source: ITG

ITG (ITG), a leading independent execution and research broker, today announced that Timothy Reilly will be joining the firm as a Managing Director based in New York.

Mr. Reilly will take up the role of Head of Electronic Sales in late August, responsible for U.S. sales efforts across the Electronic Brokerage, Platforms and Analytics product groups. He will be joining ITG from Citigroup Global Markets in New York, where he served as head of Electronic Execution Sales and previously led the U.S. Alternative Execution Group and the U.S. Portfolio Sales Trading Desk. Mr. Reilly started his career at Salomon Brothers in 1993.

"Tim has an impressive track record of delivering electronic execution services to institutional investors and I am looking forward to his contributions to ITG," said Bob Gasser, ITG Chief Executive Officer and President. "His sales leadership will help us deepen our relationships and reinforce ITG's position as the world's leading independent electronic brokerage."

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