The executive appointments at Cantor Fitzgerald keep coming, with the latest move seeing the addition of Philip Dixon as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, according to a Cantor statement.
In his new role as the COO of Cantor Fitzgerald Europe, Mr. Dixon will help oversee the group’s business support functions, with a particular focus on information systems and budgeting. Moreover, he will help develop Cantor’s growth and innovation in the region.
Mr. Dixon joins Cantor Fitzgerald Europe from Hume Capital Services, having served as its main board director, COO and Compliance Officer over the past few years. Prior to this role, he also worked at Nomura Code Securities as its Finance Director and Compliance Officer.
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According to Gordon Neilly and Angelo Sofocleous, Co-CEOs of Cantor Fitzgerald Europe in a recent statement on the appointment, “Philip has a proven track record of executing on strategic goals through a focused and consistent approach, and will be instrumental in managing all aspects of the firm’s operations.”
“He brings more than 20 years of experience to this position, and we expect that his extensive experience, along with this ability to build trusted internal and external working relationships, will continue to progress our growth across businesses and key sectors,” they added.
Just last week, Cantor Fitzgerald announced a new round of expansionary hires to its US Fixed Income team, culminating in the appointment of John Altier and Andrew Javorsky as the group’s newest Managing Directors.
London-based Cantor Fitzgerald Europe is a mid-market investment bank catering to a variety of clients in corporate finance and corporate broking. The group specializes in the institutional realm, delving into such asset classes as cash equities, fixed income, equity derivatives and foreign exchange (FX) products.