Citadel Securities is an award-winning global market maker across a broad array of fixed income and equity products. Our unique set of capabilities and tools are designed to drive down the cost of transactions, helping to meet the liquidity needs of asset managers, banks, broker-dealers, hedge funds, government agencies, and public pension programs. We strive to provide the most efficient execution and the highest caliber of services, making markets more fair and accessible for all.
Peng oversees all market making activities, including trading, sales, research and technology. He previously served as Head of Global Market Making, where he oversaw the firm’s global strategies across all touch points to the market: direct on-venue market making, retail brokerage flow, and institutional client flow. Peng began his career with Citadel Securities in 2006 as a Senior Quantitative Researcher.
Prior to joining the firm, he worked for Lehman Brothers and served as a Quantitative Researcher for Evnine & Associates.
Peng received a bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics from Peking University, and subsequently attended the University of California at Berkeley as a Berkeley Fellow and graduated with a doctorate in statistics.
Global Head of FICC
Paul is responsible for the client-facing fixed income market making businesses, including interest rate swaps, government and corporate bonds and credit default swaps.
He was previously a Managing Director and Global Head of FX, Rates and Credit Execution services at UBS, with responsibility for global futures execution, FXPB, and building the fixed income agency business which included the PIN (Price Improvement Network) corporate bond and CDS trading platform, and the Neo platform for SEF traded swaps.
Paul has over 15 years of experience in financial services and has worked in London, Zurich, New York, and Chicago, with experience across e-commerce, trading, and sales. Paul has a Master of Arts in political science from the University of Glasgow and a Master of Science in finance from the University of London.
Head of Global Business Development
Remco is responsible for driving global growth and expansion of our business across markets and into new, diverse product lines.
Prior to joining Citadel Securities, he served as Managing Director at IMC Financial Markets and was responsible for Global Corporate Development and Market Structure. Previously, he spent 16 years at Goldman Sachs as Managing Director responsible for Pan European Equity trading. He also served as Head of Securities for five years at Kempen & Co.
Remco is the Chairman of the FIA European Principal Traders Association. He is also currently a member of the ESMA Consultative Working Group Secondary Markets Standing Committee and was formerly a member of the CFTC Global Markets Advisory Committee.
Remco received a Diploma of European Business Administration from the European Business School in London.
Chief Technology Officer
Bin oversees the low latency strategies and research infrastructure efforts of Citadel Securities. He previously served as Head of Information Technology, Global Options Market Making and Quantitative Strategies where he oversaw the development of quantitative trading systems. Prior to joining the firm, he served as a Business System Analyst at First National Bank. He began his career as a software developer for Reuters Financial Software. Bin received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Science and Technology of China and a master’s degree from the University of Chicago.
Chief Information Officer
Nawaf leads all technology-related initiatives for the firm. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Plum, Inc and Pulse Secure, LLC, and is a Venture Partner at Allegis Capital. Before joining Citadel Securities he was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Cloud Platform Business Unit at VMware.
Prior to joining VMware, Nawaf served as Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Security Business Unit at Juniper Networks. Prior to Juniper, he served as Vice President of Engineering and Operations of Security Technology at Cisco Systems, having joined that company in 2007 through the acquisition of IronPort Systems, where he was Senior Vice President of Engineering. Before IronPort, he served as Vice President of File Systems and Services at Network Appliance, and previously held roles at Silicon Graphics, Apollo Computer and other firms. Nawaf graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Arts.
Recognized as “Interest Rate Derivatives House of the Year” by Risk Magazine and IFR Magazine. Wins “Best Electronic Liquidity Provider” at the Markets Choice Awards. Named one of the country’s 30 best workplaces in financial services and insurance by Great Place to Work.
Becomes #1 Designated Market Maker on the NYSE3. Launches CDX market making. Wins “Rates and Equities Flow Market Maker of the Year” from Risk Magazine. 2016 also saw trading surges at critical historical moments, with Citadel Securities managing more than a 3x volume increase following the US election and over 4x during Brexit. Firm named one of the country’s 50 best workplaces for recent college graduates by Great Place to Work. Firm recognized as Best Flow House for Equities and Interest Rates by Risk Magazine.
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