Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., a global financial services group, has strengthened its Fixed Income unit with three senior hires, adding Philip Chadwell, Alex Maldonado, and Max Levinson as its newest trifecta of Managing Directors, according to a Cantor Fitzgerald statement.
All three individuals will be added to Cantor’s Fixed Income Sales unit and will be based out of the group’s New York branch. In this capacity they will be reporting to John Baldo, Senior Managing Director and Head Fixed Income Sales at Cantor Fitzgerald.
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Mr. Maldonado will be tasked with MBS, ABS, CMBS, and Structured Product – he joins the group from Deutsche Bank, having worked for over a decade at the lender as an institutional sales person. At Cantor Fitzgerald, he will help cover institutional accounts across agency and non-agency securitized products.
Mr. Chadwell will be focusing on the same products and segments, coming over from Barclays Capital after a ten-year stint. Overall he has over twenty-five years of experience, having worked in multiple senior level roles at UBS, PaineWebber, and Kidder Peabody, among others. Finally, Mr. Levinson will be tasked with focusing on US Rates products at Cantor Fitzgerald.
According to Shawn P. Matthews, CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., in a recent statement on the appointments: “As several institutions are retrenching from the US market, Cantor Fitzgerald is making the kind of top-tier hires that enable us to grow our franchise and provide clients with valuable idea generation focused on relative value.”