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Cantor Fitzgerald has strengthened its prime services business with the additions of Paul Mandile, David Sklar and Robert Marietta.
Mandile will serve as managing director of outsourced trading, Sklar will serve as senior vice president focused on electronic trading sales and Marietta will serve as director in the firm's client service team.
"The expansion of our prime services business has been a key focus for us. Hiring seasoned professionals like Paul, David and Robert, with deep market knowledge and extensive relationships, underscores our dedication to providing top notch client service and expanding our market franchise," says Shawn P Matthews, chief executive officer of Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. "We are deeply committed to exceeding our clients' expectations and building a comprehensive multi-asset class prime services platform that leverages our outstanding clearing, financing and execution capabilities."
Mandile previously served as senior vice president at Cuttone & Company, where he provided trading and portfolio management services to the firm's prime brokerage clients. He also held senior positions at ABN AMRO and UBS.
Sklar most recently served as senior vice president in the prime brokerage and electronic trading division at Cuttone & Company, where he oversaw the mini prime and electronic trading business.
Marietta recently served as vice president at TradeStation Prime Services, focused on relationship management and sales. Earlier, he was a director of prime brokerage client services at UBS.
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