Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. announced the expansion of its debt capital markets municipal bond division and has added Frank Hammond, Kevin Conrad and John Dwyer to the group to focus on growing the firm’s municipal sales and trading business. They report to Jim Dolan, managing director and head of the municipal division.
Hammond, formerly of J.P. Morgan, joins as a managing director focused on institutional sales and structured products. As managing director at J.P. Morgan, he was responsible for institutional sales, and also held tax auditing positions at Arthur Andersen.
Conrad, formerly of Vining Sparks, joins as director focused on municipal bond sales. As senior vice president at Vining Sparks, he managed sales for the municipal bond department, and also held senior sales roles at Griffin, Kubik, Stephens & Thompson., now known as BMO Capital Markets.
Dwyer, formerly of Stifel Nicolaus, joins as vice president, focused on maintaining client and investor relationships for the group. As a director at Stifel Nicolaus, he managed institutional and investor relationships and previously served at Northeast Securities and Asch Dwyer Municipal Securities, where he was a founding partner. -PR Newswire