Reginald (Reggie) M. Browne is a Senior Managing Director of the ETF group at Cantor Fitzgerald. He is widely recognized as one of the most influential executives in the ETF sector, overseeing the world’s largest institutional trading group, with operations in the Americas, Europe and Middle East. He has been at the forefront of the exchange traded funds market nearly since its inception, having played an instrumental role providing the liquidity for SPY, the first listed ETF. Mr. Browne also was instrumental providing liquidity to grow the ETF markets in Chile, Peru, and Mexico. Mr. Browne’s views are routinely cited in major business publications, and he has been invited to speak at leading industry conferences. Underscoring his global influence, Forbes magazine dubbed him “The Godfather of ETFs.” Mr. Browne is a senior managing director at Cantor Fitzgerald, an innovative capital markets investment bank he joined last fall along with his longtime partners, Darren Taube and Eric Lichtenstein. Mr. Browne and his partners oversee a 29-person team that has served as lead market maker for more than one-third of ETFs listed on the New York Stock Exchange, facilitating more than $1 trillion in customer order flow annually for global pension funds, asset managers, wealth managers and broker dealers. The group, most of which has worked together for seven years, has been repeatedly ranked by industry trade publications as the leading ETF specialist team in the U.S. Prior to joining Cantor Fitzgerald, Mr. Browne was managing director, co-global head of the ETF Group at Knight Capital Group. Earlier he was a senior vice president and co-head of the ETF Group at Newedge USA, a division of Societe Generale and Credit Agricole CIB. He also worked at Susquehanna International and O’Connor and Associates, a predecessor firm of UBS. Mr. Browne earned his Bachelor’s of Business Administration from La Salle University, where he currently serves as a trustee. He also is a trustee of First Baptist of Lincoln Gardens. He holds FINRA Series 7, 24, 55, and 63 certifications.
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