Denis Petropoulos, joint managing director of Braemar hopes the new team will help both companies establish a global presence in the FFA market. “Tullett’s Prebon’s wide experience in this and other derivatives markets will be invaluable to achieving this goal,” he says.
The team will consist of four FFA brokers who will work from Braemar’s London-based office. Operations will begin on 18 August and will focus on the wet FFA market at first, though plans are to extend to the dry markets in t
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