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Cowen appoints Managing Director in outsourced trading group

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Cowen has appointed Bobby Croswell as a Managing Director and Head of Business Development in its outsourced trading group.  

Croswell (pictured), who will initially be located in Cowen’s Boston office, is tasked with expanding the outsourced trading business in Boston, throughout the US and globally.  
Cowen’s global outsourced trading team is now 20 people strong with professionals across the US and in London, Belfast and soon to be Hong Kong.
Croswell says: “I am thrilled to join Cowen’s outsourced trading team. The group has an exceptional reputation in the industry and is fully-committed to providing its clients with a complete outsourced trading solution. I’ve built my reputation on a client-first mentality and am inspired by Cowen’s industry leading technology, global MiFID II capabilities, as well as Cowen’s outsourced model, which most closely represents the true buy-side experience.” 
Michael Rosen, Managing Director and Global Co-Head of Prime Brokerage and Outsourced Trading says: “Bobby is a great addition to Cowen’s outsourced trading team. His vast background and experience in the outsourced trading arena aligns with our strategic vision to enhance our capabilities, grow our business globally, and deliver a comprehensive suite of solutions and services. Cowen’s outsourced trading group aims to provide investment managers with a complete and cost efficient solution for their trading needs. Our global solution is full service, multi-asset class, and is differentiated from other firms by the full transparency and operational support we provide.”
Prior to joining Cowen, Croswell was a Partner and Managing Director at BTIG in its outsourced trading division for almost 12 years. He began his career as a research analyst at StreetAccount, LLC. Croswell attended the University of Mississippi and earned a bachelor’s degree from its School of Business Administration.

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