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Revision as of 15:10, 7 January 2014

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Andrew Brenner
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Occupation Senior Advisor
Employer Apex Clearing Corporation
Location New York, NY
LinkedIn Profile
Website apexclearing.com

Andrew Brenner is a senior advisor to Apex Clearing.

Previously, he was the president of U.S. operations of Belzberg Technologies subsidiary, Electronic Brokerage Systems, a provider of technology-based equity and options trading services.[1]

Background

Brenner was previously the managing director and head of the ISE Stock Exchange, where he was responsible for developing a new state of the art exchange which was then acquired by Direct Edge ECN.

Before becoming head of the ISE Stock Exchange, he was senior vice president and manager of portfolio trading and analytics for Fidelity Investments. Before that he was managing director of Sales at Access Securities. He also has held senior positions in derivatives and program trading at Credit Suisse First Boston, Morgan Stanley and Drexel Burnham Lambert.

Education

Brenner is a graduate of Northwestern University.

References

  1. ISE Vet Appointed President of U.S. Operations of Belzberg’s Electronic Brokerage Systems. Securities Industry News.