Fintech Firm Capitolis Remains Focused on Expansion of Capital Marketplace Business

Capitolis, the technology company reimagining financial markets, announced that its subsidiary, Capitolis Global Broker Dealer LLC, has applied “to become a broker-dealer.”

This is the next step in Capitolis’ journey “to provide innovative solutions to the market in order to keep the capital markets both safe and vibrant.”

This application is currently “being reviewed and subject to approval by the necessary regulatory bodies.”

At the beginning of this year, Capitolis announced its subsidiary, Capitolis Liquid Global Markets LLC (CLGM), was “conditionally registered as a security-based swap dealer (SBSD) in support of its ground-breaking equity swap financing solution.”

Its next pursuit in standing up a broker-dealer will “allow Capitolis to launch additional products that have been in development for quite some time.”

Gil Mandelzis, Founder & CEO of Capitolis, said:

“The registration of a broker-dealer, on the back of our introduction of an SBSD, will allow us to expand our product offerings and propel our already strong momentum. Both initiatives have been in the making for a very long time, led by our team and advisors, and we are exceptionally grateful for their hard work and brilliance.”

The company has also announced, “that David Lamb, Chief Compliance and Risk Officer, has informed them that he intends to retire later this year, after a successful 26-year career in various capacities across the financial services industry.”

David has been with the company “from the early days and led the establishment of its robust risk management and compliance infrastructure.”

He was also “instrumental in establishing Capitolis’ SBSD and broker-dealer initiatives.”

David will continue to fully “perform his current responsibilities until later this year while Capitolis is actively working to identify his successor.”

Lamb said:

“I’m humbled by what I’ve been able to see Capitolis accomplish over the past six years. I am proud of the robust infrastructure we have built for managing compliance and risk. It’s been amazing building innovative solutions for important parts of the capital markets infrastructure. Planning towards my retirement has been a long time in the works, and I am excited to begin that chapter of my life later this year, however I’m going to truly miss the incredible people I work with every day.”

Mandelzis said:

“Dave is an incredible friend. He was part of the early ideation process to develop the vision for Capitolis well before we even started the company and joined us a short while after we began operating. We are grateful for all he’s done to stand up the necessary infrastructure around compliance and risk for Capitolis, along with the work he has contributed to enable our recent SBSD registration and broker-dealer application filing—both meaningful undertakings that have taken a lot of time and effort to achieve. With those behind us, I am very happy for Dave as he works toward a well-deserved retirement later this year.”

While Capitolis actively works to identify David’s successor, he will continue “to fully perform his current responsibilities.”

Sponsored Links by DQ Promote



Send this to a friend