Brady, a supplier of trading and risk management solutions for the metals, energy and soft commodities markets, has opened a New York office. This is Brady’s second office in North America and is a demonstration of the company’s continued commitment to its clients and its global markets.
Sebastian Esposito, president of Brady Americas, who will be heading the new office, said: “This is a major step-up in elevating our presence in the Americas. Locating our regional operations in one of the world’s leading financial centres will be a key advantage to both Brady and our clients.”
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