Valbury Capital becomes a new member of the London Stock Exchange- September 2012.

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Valbury Capital, the multi asset broker is welcomed as a new member of the London Stock Exchange. Valbury Group has 20 years of experience and expertise in the Asian markets and now offers its clients leading independent broking services in EMEA.

Valbury Capital joins the London Stock Exchange

Valbury Capital at The LSE

We are focused on becoming the preferred entry point for Asian investors wanting to access to one of the world’s most important global financial centres.

Valbury Capital Limited, the London based FSA regulated broker, opened the London market on 25th September in an official ceremony at the London Stock Exchange.

Mark Hanney, Chief Executive Officer of Valbury Capital, said “We are proud to become a member of the London Stock Exchange. The LSE embodies values and services that are recognised around the globe and we look forward to developing our relationship with them.”

Valbury Capital is a multi-asset broker that specialises in providing mid-market institutional clients with a comprehensive range of products and platforms combined with high levels of client service.

The firm has a particular focus on Asia and its investors are leading independent providers of brokerage and investment banking services in the region. Valbury Capital has built on this heritage and expertise to develop a unique service, meeting the growing demand by Asian investors for a European based broker as well as providing a specialist gateway for international traders and investors to gain access to the fast growing Asian markets.

Mr Hanney, who prior to Valbury Capital held executive positions at institutional brokers Cantor Fitzgerald (BGC), Jefferies and Marex explains, “We consider that a London based broker offers significant benefits and will become an increasingly attractive location for Asian clients. We are focused on becoming the preferred entry point for Asian investors wanting to access to one of the world’s most important global financial centres.”

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