TP ICAP hires ex-SocGen MD Daniel Fields as global broking head

TP ICAP has hired Daniel Fields as chief executive of the firm’s global broking division. Fields will report directly to TP ICAP’s group chief executive Nicolas Breteau.

Fields is taking over the global broking division from Andrew Polydor, who led both the global broking and energy and commodities divisions. He will return to focusing solely on energy and commodities.

“The appointment of Dan as CEO of our global broking business is another important strategic hire for TP ICAP as we continue to build out the strength of our leadership team. His extensive experience in capital markets and strong client relationships position him as the perfect candidate to drive the transformation of Global Broking,” said Breteau.

“I’d like to thank Andrew for steering the business effectively through the turbulent years of the pandemic and various macro-economic shocks. He is now able to return to focusing on our E&C business. This division is continuing to embed technology and grow in key areas, such as our renewables and digital assets businesses,” he added.

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Fields was previously a partner at advisory firm Altero Capital, having also served as the global head of markets at Societe Generale.

“I’m excited to take the reins at a time of major change, both within the wider markets and within TP ICAP,” said Fields. “Already, the firm is making great progress advancing its strategy – for example, rolling out its electronic platform, Fusion – and I’m looking forward to working with such a talented team to continue to drive progress so that TP ICAP remains at the forefront of the industry.”

Field’s appointment comes amid another executive hire by TP ICAP in April where the inter-dealer broker named Mark Govoni as group chief executive of the agency execution division.

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