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BTIG opens Singapore office

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BTIG, a global broker dealer specialising in institutional trading and related brokerage services, has opened an office in Singapore.

This is the latest step in BTIG’s global expansion and adds to its growing international presence, which includes offices in London, Hong Kong and Sydney.

“Singapore expands our global footprint in Asia and provides us with an on-the-ground presence in one of the region’s most important financial markets,” says Kevin Chessen, head of BTIG’s international effort. “BTIG is well positioned to provide our clients with a platform that they need to operate globally.”

The Singapore office is led by Steve Conway, chief executive officer of BTIG Singapore. Conway joined BTIG in 2008 to build the firm’s sales and trading presence in the region.

“This is an exciting step in BTIG’s global growth plan. Singapore, along with our Hong Kong presence and our dedicated desk covering Japan, provides us with an important gateway to the rest of Asia,” says Conway. “Our team members in Singapore bring with them exceptional knowledge of the local financial markets as well as strong client relationships across Asia.”

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