DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS), a leading independent provider of institutional brokerage and commission management services, today announced that Matt Kiselica has been promoted to Manager of International Trading.
In Mr. Kiselica’s new role, he will be responsible for managing the international trading desk’s execution services, trading staff, and business development initiatives.
“Since joining CAPIS over 4 years ago, Mr. Kiselica has proven to be an invaluable member of the international team,” said John Naudo, SVP, Director of Global Trading. “With his global trading experience and success in helping grow the international business, he will excel in taking CAPIS’ international desk to the next level.”
Said Mr. Kiselica, “CAPIS’ client-first service and independent, agency trading model are truly industry-leading. I look forward to continuing the growth of the trading desk and helping our clients with their international trading needs.”
His experience covers 24 years of global trading and operational experience. Prior to joining CAPIS, Mr. Kiselica was Vice President of Cazenove’s global sales trading desk in New York. He also spent time at Robert Flemings and Smith New Court. Mr. Kiselica earned his bachelor degree from Rutgers University and maintains Series 3, 7, 24, 55, and 63 licenses.
About Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS)
CAPIS is a leading independent U.S. institutional broker specializing in global agency trading, independent research and commission management programs for asset managers, plan sponsors and broker-dealers. Supported by advanced trading technology, CAPIS’ traders deliver superior execution in domestic and international equities, fixed income, derivatives and program trading. With over 35 years of experience in the independent research and commission management business, the firm’s industry leading CCA and CSA programs provide added tools for reducing transaction costs and improving performance. Founded in 1977, CAPIS is a member of the New York Stock Exchange, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the National Futures Association, and SIPC. For more information, visit www.capis.com.