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Redburn appoints new Head of Execution Services 3 September 2018

London, 3rd September 2018 – Redburn, the independent equity research and execution firm, today announces the appointment of Michael Seigne as Head of Execution Services. Michael will be based in Redburn’s London office and will oversee the global execution capability reporting to Jeremy Evans, co-founder and Senior Partner. Michael will join Redburn as a Partner and will be a member of the Executive Committee.

Michael will be spearheading Redburn’s 32 strong execution team. Redburn continues to grow its execution capability in a post Mifid II world, having recently expanded execution sales and analytics.

Michael brings over 25 years of industry experience and has most recently held senior European roles at Virtu Financial. Prior to that, Michael spent 22 years at Goldman Sachs, where he was a Managing Director, Head of Execution Sales and previously co-head of Electronic and Programme Trading in Europe.

Commenting on Michael Seigne’s appointment, Redburn co-founder and Senior Partner Jeremy Evans said: “Michael is a highly talented professional with a deep understanding of the execution market and an exceptional track record. Our execution capability will be a significant driver of Redburn’s growth over the coming years and Michael has proven experience of building execution businesses and the ability to enable us to reach our business objectives and provide the best services to our clients.”

Michael Seigne added: “It’s a very exciting time to join Redburn as the business looks to maximise on the opportunities presented by the current regulatory environment. Redburn’s independent agency trading platform brings clients significant advantages which we will continue to capitalise on as the new terms of trade evolve. I look forward to working with and building on Redburn’s already strong execution franchise and enhancing its reputation in the market for delivering world class execution capabilities.”

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