Gerry Corcoran told FOW there is a growing opportunity for mid-tier brokers
The chief executive of Chicago-based
broker RJ O’Brien has said he plans to tap
increasing demand for a mid-market brokerage firm that offers
global access as banks have pulled back from derivatives.
Speaking to FOW, Gerry Corcoran, the
chairman and chief executive of RJ O’Brien, said:
"I am convinced there is a vast middle market that is currently
being underserved by global firms and we see this as a crucial
opportunity for RJO."
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