INTL FCStone Financial Taps Allan Berliant as ABS Product Manager

Mr. Berliant steps into his new role at INTL FCStone with more than 25 years of experience across the ABS

INTL FCStone Financial Inc, a subsidiary of INTL FCStone Inc. (NASDAQ:INTL), a global financial services provider of execution and advisory services across multiple asset classes, has appointed Allan Berliant as its newest Asset-Backed Securities Product Manager, according to an INTL FCStone statement.

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Mr. Berliant steps into his new role with more than 25 years of experience across the ABS space. He has previously served INTL FCStone Financial’s Broker Dealer Rates Group, having assisted in building the group’s ABS trading capabilities back in 2015.

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Prior to INTL FCStone Financial he has also worked as a Director of Structured Finance at Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co. LLC, among other stops.

Allan Berliant, INTL FCStone
Allan Berliant, INTL FCStone

According to Robert LaForte, Senior Managing Director, Head of Sales, Broker-Dealer Rates Group of INTL FCStone Financial Inc., in a recent statement on the appointment: “We are excited to formally welcome Allan in his new role as Asset-Backed Securities Product Manager. His experience, industry contacts and unquestioned expertise in the sector will be invaluable, as he understands the intricacies of the ABS and broader fixed income spaces, having specialized in those markets throughout his career.”

“I look forward to utilizing my own deep experience in the asset-backed securities space to address client needs, and develop market commentary procedures, risk controls and compliance standards for the ABS product as we seek to provide high value solutions for our clients and continue to enhance our offerings going forward,” added Mr. Berliant in an accompanying statement.

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