Jefferies Monetary Group (NYSE:JEF) at present introduced it has established full service funding banking and capital markets capabilities in Canada.
With this growth, Jefferies will now present purchasers in depth experience in advisory, M&A advisory, fairness and debt capital markets, threat options, fairness analysis, and gross sales and buying and selling throughout all sectors in Canada.
The Funding Banking crew in Canada shall be led by Bruce Rothney as CEO, together with the Honourable John Manley as Chairman, Ron Lloyd as Deputy Chairman, and Trond Lossius as Deputy Chairman and Head of M&A, Erik Charbonneau as Head of Funding Banking, Jacquelyn Titus as Head of the Monetary Establishments Group and James McKenna as Head of TMT and Diversified Industrials.
Wealthy Handler, CEO, and Brian Friedman, President, of Jefferies commented:
“Canada is likely one of the largest and quickest rising economies on this planet, and as we enter 2024, we may have important mass serving Canada, with greater than 40 individuals becoming a member of throughout funding banking, fairness analysis, and gross sales and buying and selling.
In partnership with Jefferies’ present international platform, our crew in Canada will ship our full suite of advisory and capital markets capabilities. We’re lucky to have a management crew that brings such a deep and distinguished monitor file within the Canadian market, and we anticipate persevering with to broaden our capabilities and expertise within the area to make sure we are able to greatest serve our purchasers.”
In the present day, Jefferies has 44 places of work in additional than 20 international locations around the globe, together with having just lately expanded additional in France, Spain, Australia, Brazil and the Center East. Earlier this 12 months, Jefferies additionally introduced a major enlargement of its partnership with SMBC, which broadened the 2 agency’s scope of collaboration in M&A advisory companies and throughout every companies’ equities and debt capital markets companies.