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O'Connor finds new land
15 May 2010 | Chicago | Reporter:
Terra Nova Financial, LLC, (Terra Nova) recently announced the addition of Mark P. O'Connor as Managing Director of Sales.

O'Connor comes to Terra Nova with extensive experience in business development, marketing, and client relations. His background also includes experience with trading floor and derivatives desk operations.

Prior to joining Terra Nova, O'Connor held positions at Citigroup Capital Markets as a Senior Director of Broker Dealer Sales and most recently at Interactive Brokers as Director of Institutional Sales where he was responsible for business development to both buy and sell side clients with an emphasis on electronic trading products.

"With his diverse background and demonstrated leadership, Mark has the experience and skills that align well with our strategic initiatives and will be a great addition to our team," said Ray Burley, President of Terra Nova.



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