Ted Bragg Named SVP of Fixed Income Product Initiatives at Icap

Bragg will be responsible for new hybrid fixed income products for Icap's US-based Global Broking group.

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Ted Bragg joins Icap from BNY Mellon where he was head of product management and e-commerce strategy.

Icap announced Ted Bragg will serve as the senior vice president of fixed income product initiatives for the Icap US Securities group beginning immediately.

Bragg, who will be based in New York, will be in charge of creating and developing new hybrid fixed income products for Icap's US-based Global Broking group. He brings 29 years of experience to the post trade risk mitigation and information services firm.

Prior to joining Icap, Bragg worked at Pershing, eSpeed, Fidelity Capital Markets, Lehman Brothers and Barclays Capital. Most recently, Bragg served as head of product management and e-commerce strategy and co-head of fixed income trading at BNY Mellon.

"The financial markets have experienced monumental structural change which is presenting many new opportunities," said Bragg in a statement. "I look forward to working at Icap and aligning various product offerings to deliver the connectivity, anonymity, transparency, and strong counter-party associations that Icap offers."


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