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Takeaway: Please join us today, August 7th at 11 am EST for a call with the Head of Credit Trading at TCW to discuss bond trading trends.

Our financials team led by Josh Steiner and Jonathan Casteleyn is hosting a conference call today, August 7th at 11 am EST with Jerry Cudzil, the Head of Credit Trading at TCW. This call aims to help us understand, from the view of a major buy-side trading desk, the trends in Fixed Income, Currency, and Commodity trading (FICC). Specifically, we'll be focusing on:

  1. Cyclical or Secular?: The buy-side's perspective on whether FICC weakness is secular or cyclical.
  2. Share Shifts: Market share shifts that are occurring amongst the broker-dealer community in various markets.
  3. The Fed: How a post-QE bond market may look and the risk/reward setup in fixed income currently.

This call will be helpful to investors in broker dealer stocks and volume-related market structure companies: GS, MS, JPM, BAC, C, PJC, RJF, CME, ICE, NDAQ

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Conference Code: 919219#

Jerry Cudzil's Bio:

Mr. Cudzil is head of U.S. Credit Trading at the Trust Company of the West (TCW), overseeing the U.S. Fixed Income group’s trading of corporate and high-yield securities and derivatives. Prior to joining TCW in 2012, Mr. Cudzil was a high yield bond trader for Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank, specializing in project finance, aviation, and energy securities. He was previously a portfolio manager for Dimaio Ahmad Capital, managing the multi-strategy credit fund and aviation fund and leading the firm’s risk management team. Mr. Cudzil began his career as a corporate bond trader for Prudential Securities and has also traded investment and high yield debt for Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs. Mr. Cudzil earned a BA in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.