January 27, 2016
Citing its “winning formula comprised a commitment to reliability, evidenced by consistently impressive performance in periods of volatility,” IFR Magazine has named Citadel Securities the 2015 Interest Rate Derivatives House of the year.
“We are not a bank and we don’t behave like a bank. We don’t provide research or high-touch sales, and that has helped us differentiate ourselves from the competition,” said Paul Hamill, Citadel Securities’ global head of fixed income, currencies and commodities.
You can read the full write-up here, which includes a snapshot of the market and regulatory forces that have led up to this point, how Citadel Securities built its platform, and how it serves as a “game changer” for how swaps markets may operate in the future.
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