JonesTrading Institutional Services has appointed Eduardo Seda as Vice President, Senior Energy Analyst, with responsibility for research coverage on Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) within the energy sector.
Based in New York, Seda is an industry veteran, bringing over 25 years’ experience and expertise to JonesTrading. Prior to joining JonesTrading, he was a Senior Analyst at Sidoti & Company, LLC specialising in coverage of Small- and Mid-Cap Asset Managers and Other Financial Companies within the Financial Services sector. From 2009-2016, he was a Managing Director & Senior Analyst in the Energy Group at Ladenburg Thalmann & Co Inc, responsible for coverage of Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) and Closed-End MLP Funds within the midstream energy sector. He worked as a Director & Senior Analyst in the US Natural Gas and Electric Utilities Group at UBS Investment Bank.
While at UBS, he held various research analyst positions and provided coverage on small- to large-cap companies in a broad range of industry sectors. Prior to UBS Investment Bank, he co-founded Maguire & Moore Management & Research Company, Inc, where he served as Co-President and oversaw the firm’s investment research and investment banking efforts, and Co-founder of Maguire & Moore Capital Advisors, Inc, where he served as Co-President and oversaw the firm’s portfolio management efforts. He holds an MBA from Columbia University Business School and his BBA from the Lubin School of Business at Pace University.
Alan Hill, CEO of JonesTrading, says: “JonesTrading continues to expand our research services to meet the needs of our clients. Our research capabilities have historically covered broad market analysis. Within that overall framework, we will now offer particular sector research to build out a more comprehensive offering.”
Eduardo Seda, Vice President of JonesTrading, says: “The energy sector is critical to investors who seek alpha opportunities in an increasingly complex environment. As JonesTrading’s focus is on its clients’ understanding of markets and sectors, adding Energy will benefit them immediately and in the long term.”