NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Instinet, LLC announced today that it has appointed Greg Treacy as Head of International Electronic Sales. Based in New York, Greg will be responsible for further expanding the firm's delivery of algorithmic and electronic trading capabilities and services to US clients trading globally.
"We are very pleased to welcome Greg to Instinet. He brings over eighteen years of trading, sales and global markets expertise, which will serve to add value and insights to the work he'll be doing with our clients who trade internationally. This is especially important as the global marketplace continues to face complexity and change," said Mark Govoni, President of Instinet, LLC.
Greg joined Instinet from Deustche Bank, where he was a Director for its Global Execution Services business, responsible for electronic trading and relationship management for US clients trading internationally.
Before joining Deutsche Bank, Greg held senior sales, trading, and account management positions at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Neonet, Inc. He began his career in electronic trading at Lexit Financial Group working in both New York and London. Lexit was bought by Neonet in 2002.
As the equity execution services arm of the Nomura Group, Instinet Incorporated's subsidiaries provide independent, agency-model brokerage services to clients throughout the world. Through its advanced suite of electronic trading tools, experienced high-touch trading group and unparalleled access to insightful content and liquidity, Instinet helps institutions lower overall trading costs and ultimately improve investment performance. Over the course of its 45+ year history, Instinet has introduced a range of now industry-standard trading technologies as well as the world's first major electronic trading venue, one of the first U.S. ECNs and the Chi-X businesses. For more information, please visit instinet.com.