TP ICAP, an interdealer broker that operates in the financial, energy, and commodities markets, announced this Wednesday that it has a new Global Head of Strategy, having appointed Joanna Nader to the role this month.
Nader, who is based in London, joins the broker as it begins to design its new strategy for 2020 onwards. Previously, she was a Managing Director at RBC Capital Markets, a role she held for more than a year.
While at RBC Capital Markets, Nader was Head of Diversified/Specialty Financials Research. In this position, she covered a number of financial companies, with the interdealer broker being one of them.
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Commenting on the appointment, Nicolas Breteau, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of TP ICAP, said: “I am very pleased Joanna has agreed to join TP ICAP. She is a hugely experienced and highly respected financial services professional and joins us at an important time as we design our new strategy for 2020 onwards.”
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Prior to her stint with RBC Capital Markets, Nader spent close to 10 years at JRJ Group, a private equity firm focused on the financial services sector. During her time here, she was the Chief Investment Officer of the company.
During her career, which spans for more than two decades, Nader has worked at a number of firms. According to her LinkedIn profile, she commenced her career in 1995 as an Economist at BMO Financial Group.
From February of 2000 up until September of 2008, Nader was employed at Lehman Brothers, which was the fourth-largest investment bank in the United States before it went under.
While here, Nader was initially brought on as the lead analyst covering Speciality Financials and European Investment banks. In 2007, she went on to become the Chief of Staff, Office of CEO Europe, Middle East & Africa.
“I am delighted to be joining TP ICAP. TP ICAP sits in the heart of the world’s financial, energy and commodities markets and I am very excited about the opportunities for growth that I believe the company has,” added Nader.