Brokerage firm ConvergEx Group has hired three executives to its senior management team in New York.
Industry veterans Greg Voetsch, Charles Galligan and Oliver Sung have all taken senior positions and will serve on the firm’s executive committee.
Voetsche will act as the chief executive office of ConvergEx’s execution solutions and head of brokerage services.
The former executive vice president at Knight Capital will manage all the brokerage’s equity execution businesses, including high-touch, US electronic execution, ADR, international execution, sell-side SOR, recapture services and ATSs.
Galligan joins ConvergEx from Canaccord Genuity, following roles at Piper Jaffray and Bear Stearns.
He joins the firm as head of program trading.
Sung makes the move from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML), where he developed next-generation trading algorithms, after spells at Bear Stearns and UBS.
He will operate as head of US electronic execution and the firm’s Millennium and VortEx alternative trading systems (ATSs).
Galligan and Sung will report to Voetsch.
“These new leaders are extremely talented, experienced and excited to help build ConvergEx,” said Eric Noll, ConvergEx Group president and CEO.
“Greg, Charlie and Oliver will not only be dynamic managers of their own areas of responsibility, but as members of the ConvergEx Executive Committee, they will be instrumental in developing new ideas and setting the agenda as we continue to innovate and expand our offering for our clients.”