Wells Adds Client Trades Biz, Taps Prime Services Chief

Well Fargo Securities has formed a client trade services group, which will include prime services, over-the-counter clearing, futures clearing, and has named Dan Thomas to head it.

  • 05 Jun 2013

Well Fargo Securities has formed a client trade services group, which will include prime services, over-the-counter clearing, futures clearing, and has named Dan Thomas to head it. The firm also appointed Eamon McCooey as head of prime services.

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