Kevin Schultz serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Triad Securities Corporation. Since taking over from his father, the founder of Triad, in 2011, Kevin provides vision and overall direction for Triad, meeting regularly with Triad's division heads.
After running his own hedge fund for 17 years, which period includes two separate stints as a portfolio manager at Millennium Partners L.P., Kevin returned to Triad in 2008. Before starting his own hedge fund, Kevin began his career on the floor of the NYSE for Sarroff, Sager & Co and then ran the trading desk at Triad.
Kevin graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Northwestern University in 1988.
Larry Goldsmith is the President of Triad Securities Corporation. Prior to becoming President in 2011, Larry served as Triad's Director of Operations. Larry has more than 30 years of experience in the securities industry, where he has focused on operations, custody, administration and customer service. Larry played a key role in developing the firm's Prime Broker Clearing operations and remains at the center of these operations.
Prior to joining Triad in 1994, Larry spent four years as a Vice President at Bankers Trust Company in its Global Advisor Services division, after beginning his career in 1985 at Thomson McKinnon Securities in its Money Management division.
Larry graduated from Hofstra University in 1985, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance.
As CEO, Kenneth Fisher is responsible for Triad Securities Corp.'s vision and strategic direction. Ken's tenure is notable for his hands-on leadership style, grounded in over 10 years experience with Triad. Ken has also served as Director of Electronic Trading since joining Triad in 2005, administering all aspects of the Triad Trader Pro platform, including liaising with order management system representatives, arranging clearing firm coordination, and interfacing with IT staff.
Nil Bhattacharya joined Triad in 2002 and directs the technology team at Triad. His primary responsibility is the design, development, and deployment of information systems that implement Triad's business strategies. To this end, Nil maintains an expertise in established technologies, a keen interest in innovation, and a commitment to recognizing and fostering technical talent.
Prior to working at Triad, Nil was a member of a research group at the Psychiatric Institute (Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center), where he specialized in data analysis.
Nil graduated from Cornell University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science.
Douglas N. Cohen is the General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer of Triad Securities Corp. Prior to joining Triad in 2015, Doug served as Triad's outside counsel while with Lowenstein Sandler LLP. Doug has also been an assistant general counsel with Cantor Fitzgerald and UBS Financial Services, a trial counsel with NYSE Regulation (now FINRA), and an associate at several law firms.
Doug graduated from Cornell University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts and Columbia Law School in 1996.
John P. Hannigan, Jr. has over 23 years of experience in the securities industry. John joined Triad in 1993, where he has focused on equity trading and prime brokerage clearance in the U.S. and foreign markets.
Prior to working for Triad, John spent two years with Heritage Financial Group, a division of Mass Mutual Life.
John graduated from Providence College in 1989, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Marketing.
Sheri Rosen is the Senior Administrator for the Triad New Issue Service. She is responsible for the overall collection and collation of information on the upcoming IPO, secondary and convertible preferred offerings.
Relationships developed during her 17 years in the securities industry, along with extensive knowledge of historical new issues and filing procedures, afford her a singular expertise in this arena.
Sheri graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in Business.
In July of 1976, during our country's bicentennial, Richard Schultz founded Triad Securities Corporation.
Originally set up as a retail brokerage firm, Triad found a way of executing directly on the floor of the NYSE and the trading desks of NASDAQ members for institutional customers.
Always as an 'agency only' broker, Triad put the customers first and worked diligently to get the best execution. Richard built Triad from the ground up and maneuvered around the market fluctuations during the crash of 1987, the internet bubble in 2000 and the great recession in 2008. Starting Triad Limited in 1995 made Triad a global brand.
Before starting Triad Securities Richard was at firms such as EF Hutton, Bear Stearns, Weisenberg, Weis Voison & Co and Muriel Seibert. He was the President of Ladenberg Thalmann in the 1970s. Richard left a legacy as an extremely hard worker and passed on to his whole firm the ethics and responsibility of being good brokers for the customer.
Richard passed away on January 31, 2012.
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