DALLAS--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS), a leading independent provider of institutional brokerage and commission management services, today announced that Jason Christian has been appointed Chief Compliance Officer.
“During Jason’s tenure at CAPIS, he has proven to be an invaluable resource to our firm”
As Chief Compliance Officer, Mr. Christian will be responsible for ensuring the firm’s compliance with all rules and regulations pertaining to CAPIS’ broker/dealer activities.
“During Jason’s tenure at CAPIS, he has proven to be an invaluable resource to our firm,” said Jim Morrow, Chief Operating Officer. “CAPIS is known for providing institutional investors with comprehensive compliance support. With Jason’s legal background, he has been a great asset in helping our clients navigate the regulatory landscape.”
Prior to joining CAPIS, Mr. Christian worked for U.S. Risk/Arthur J. Gallagher who provided representation to Lloyd’s of London syndicates on a variety of Insurance related issues. He has represented both investors and financial institutions in securities arbitrations and civil suits arising from state and federal securities law. Mr. Christian attended Widener University in Wilmington Delaware where he received his J.D. degree.
About Capital Institutional Services, Inc. (CAPIS)
CAPIS is a leading independent U.S. institutional broker specializing in global agency trading, independent research and commission management programs for asset managers, plan sponsors and broker-dealers. Supported by advanced trading technology, CAPIS’ traders deliver superior execution in domestic and international equities, fixed income, derivatives and program trading. With over 35 years of experience in the independent research and commission management business, the firm’s industry leading CCA and CSA programs provide added tools for reducing transaction costs and improving performance. Founded in 1977, CAPIS is a member of the New York Stock Exchange, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, the National Futures Association, and SIPC. For more information, visit www.capis.com.