FRANKFURT, Germany, May 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The renowned senior sales expert Tarek Fayek Nakhla will strengthen MainFirst's Equity Sales Team. On May 16th 2016 he joined MainFirst as Managing Director - European Equity Sales in New York. He will look after North American clients with advice on European stocks.
MainFirst is pleased about a prominent new joiner. Tarek Fayek Nakhla has joined MainFirst´s Sales team in New York on 16th May. As Managing Director - European Equity Sales, he services North American clients with advice on European stocks.
"Tarek Nakhla has more than 20 years' experience in supporting North American institutional investors. We are delighted that he is joining us," comments Hans-Peter Gruenig, President & Chief Executive Officer of the New York office of MainFirst. "Tarek is a highly experienced sales expert with an excellent track record and an outstanding network. He will strengthen our sales efforts in New York, to provide high quality substantive research which brings real added value for our clients."
Prior joining to MainFirst, Tarek Nakhla served as a Partner at the brokerage firm Redburn for 10 years, co-founding their New York office and playing an important role in its build-up. Previous roles included Bear Stearns, Citibank and SG Cowen. "I am looking forward to being able to provide my expertise and experience to the clients of MainFirst," explains Tarek Nakhla.
In the Equities division, MainFirst employs more than 100 professionals in its locations Frankfurt, Munich, London, Zurich, Milan, Paris and New York. They have more than 10 years of experience on average and support more than 400 institutional investors with regard to European stocks. The focus is on stock-specific commentary by the Sales team and high quality substantive research to facilitate superior performance for customers.
MainFirst Equities is part of the independent European MainFirst Group with about 200 staff in the areas Equity Brokerage, Equity Capital Markets and Asset Management.
SOURCE MainFirst Group