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Seaport Global Strengthens Emerging Markets Efforts
[May 04, 2021]

Seaport Global Strengthens Emerging Markets Efforts

David Barbrack has joined Seaport Global Securities LLC ("Seaport Global") as Managing Director, Emerging Markets. This strategic hire of a thirty year industry veteran is indicative of Seaport Global's commitment to development of the Emerging Markets business. David joins an experienced trading team at Seaport Global. His presence will enhance the firm's existing capabilities and allow for increased product offerings across Latin American hard and local currency bond markets.

David joins Seaport Global most recently from Credit Suisse where, as a Director on the Emerging Markets desk, he led the market making effort for Latin American sovereign, quasi-sovereign and corporate hard currency bonds. Prior to Credit Suisse, as a Director at Deutsche Bank, David was a senior Latin American hard currency flow trader, with a broad mandate that encompassed various IG, HY & Distressed sovereign and quasi-sovereigncredits. David's substantial career includes positions at WestLB, Santander Securities, LTCB Latin America and MG-First Boston.

Michael Meyer, Head of Global Sales and Trading at Seaport Global, said, "David Barbrack is a strong addition to our Emerging Markets desk. We are confident his knowledge of the markets will prove an asset to our clients."

Michael Meagher, CEO of Seaport Global, said, "David Barbrack exemplifies the sophistication and seniority of our salesforce. We look forward to continuing to strengthen our Emerging Markets team with hires of this caliber."

About Seaport Global

Seaport Global Securities LLC is a full-service investment bank that offers capital markets, financial advisory, sales, trading and research services. Headquartered in New York with offices across the US and in Europe, The firm's forward-thinking practitioners, backed by extensive knowledge, strong relationships and decades of experience, focus on meeting clients' goals in all business and economic cycles. Visit

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