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New hire for Concept Capital Markets' institutional sales team

Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Opalesque Industry Update - Concept Capital Markets, LLC has hired a team of seasoned sales professionals to complement its existing institutional sales and trading effort. Joining the firm are Edwin Leon, Scott Klym, Francis Fiolek, Michael Sepe and Peter Walsh. The team will operate from Concept Capital’s office in Greenwich, CT. The group comes to Concept Capital from Rodman & Renshaw, LLC and brings with it a great deal of experience catering to a diverse group of domestic and international institutional investors. The team honed its numerous client relationships over many years and through earlier affiliations with various well known and highly regarded investment firms.

“We are pleased to welcome Edwin, Scott, Francis, Michael and Peter to Concept Capital, and look forward to working with them to deliver to their clients the exceptional execution and operational support they’ve come to expect”, said Robert Moore, Senior Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the firm. “This team will complement our firm’s existing institutional sales and trading business that’s been an integral part of our firm’s growth strategy, and help us to develop a more diversified client base”, he added.

Michael Rosen, Senior Managing Director, added “we’re excited for the opportunity to introduce Concept Capital and our capabilities to the clients of our new sales team. Our mission is to deliver custody, execution and clearing, reporting solutions, and operational support that free our clients to focus on their core competencies. Our continued investments to enhance our offering have helped us to win a growing number of new client mandates and sustain a very high client retention rate.”

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