NT Securities Asia Limited is Northern Trust’s institutional brokerage unit, providing a wide variety of capital markets solutions customised to meet the needs of our most-sophisticated institutional clients. Globally, we work with more than 800 investment managers and trade for more than 1,600 institutional clients.
Northern Trust’s teams of dedicated experts deliver institutional brokerage capabilities, including:
At Northern Trust, we put our clients first and work with your best interests in mind.
Northern Trust has institutional brokerage offices in Chicago, New York, London, Sydney, and Hong Kong.
For more information about our Institutional Brokerage services, speak with your Northern Trust representative or contact Guy Gibson.
Guy is a Senior Vice President and the Head of Global Equities for Northern Trust’s institutional brokerage business in EMEA and APAC. Guy joined Northern Trust with the acquisition of Aviate Global, where he was a co-founder and CEO of Aviate. He is a member of Northern Trust Securities’ senior leadership and principally responsible for trading and distribution. Guy manages Northern Trust Securities’ sales, trading and operations teams in London, Hong Kong and Sydney.
Guy, has a degree in International Business Management and Finance from Massey University in New Zealand. Prior to founding Aviate, Guy worked at Credit Suisse, Salomon Brothers, Citi and Knight.
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