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BTIG adds two to fixed income credit group

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Michael Stewart and Michael Di Felice have joined the the fixed income credit group of BTIG.

Both will be based in New York, reporting into Darren Haines and Drew Doscher, Co-heads of the fixed income credit group at BTIG.
 
“BTIG’s fixed income credit group continues to attract impactful sales and trading professionals,” says Haines. “By leveraging Michael Stewart and Michael Di Felice’s extensive industry relationships, we will further cultivate partnerships with new and established BTIG clients.”
 
Stewart joins BTIG as a managing director within the fixed income credit group, focused on trading convertibles, and selling solutions for other fixed income instruments. He has over 20 years of institutional fixed income sales and trading experience. Prior to BTIG, he was a managing director of fixed income credit at Seaport Global Securities. Previously, Stewart was a managing director of fixed income credit sales at Jefferies. Earlier in his career, he held a similar role at Barclays.
 
Di Felice joins BTIG as a director within the fixed income credit group, focused on distressed debt, high yield and convertible bond sales. Prior to BTIG, he was a senior vice president of fixed income sales at GMP Securities. Earlier in his career, Di Felice was an investment banking associate at Deutsche Bank.
 
"Michael Stewart and Michael Di Felice are welcome additions to our team as we continue to aggressively invest in our platform,” says Doscher. “Given the rapidly-changing market conditions, it is imperative that we are appropriately staffed to create solutions for decision-makers across our institutional investor client base.”

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