June 02, 2017
We are pleased to announce that Joe Mecane is joining the firm as Head of Execution services. In this role, Joe will lead our equity, options, and ETF businesses, bringing his deep electronic trading experience and market structure expertise to bear on behalf of clients.
He joins us from Barclays, where he was Global Head of Electronic Equities since 2014. Before Barclays, Joe served as Head of U.S. Equities and Co-Head of U.S. Cash and Listings for the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Prior to NYSE, Joe was a Managing Director in Equities at UBS Securities.
“I am excited to have someone of Joe’s talent join our team and look forward to working closely with him as we expand our business across products and geographies,” said Peng Zhao, Chief Executive Officer of Citadel Securities.
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