DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS), a leading provider of institutional brokerage and commission management services, today announced the hiring of four new employees to meet the growing needs of the company. Cambri Thompson, Corbin Bahcall, Clayton Giraudin, and Lorenzo Ricketts have joined the firm as institutional sales account executives.
They will be responsible for offering CAPIS’ innovative products and services to institutional investors and building client relationships.
The new employees bring experience from extensive and varied backgrounds. Ms. Thompson comes to CAPIS with over 10 years of sales experience in the oil and gas industry, construction industry, and technology industry. Mr. Bahcall’s previous experience includes roles as a marketing and communications manager at various firms. Mr. Giraudin has previous experience selling medical devices and Mr. Ricketts has over 6 years of financial industry experience.
“I am very excited to welcome our new team of account executives,” said David Choate, SVP Institutional Sales and Sales Manager. “Their expansive backgrounds and experience will be extremely valuable as CAPIS looks to grow its business through current offerings and new product launches.”
About Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS)
CAPIS is a leading women-owned, 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 more than 38 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.