Jefferies plans to take CEEMEA expansion into primary market

Jefferies is building out its CEEMEA trading operations, and eventually plans to add primary markets, derivatives and local currency trading to a revitalised business.

  • By Owen Sanderson, Virginia Furness
  • 20 Apr 2017

The US broker-dealer has been on a hiring spree in emerging markets sales and trading, aiming to convince clients that it is closer to the bulge bracket banks that traditionally dominate the space than the smaller brokers that ply their trade.

It has added senior staff in London ...

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