Douglas R. Barnard Joins Cantor Fitzgerald As Chief Financial Officer
New York, NY – July 18, 2006 – Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P., a leading global financial services provider to the institutional equity and fixed income markets, announced today that Douglas R. Barnard has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer. In this role, Mr. Barnard will be based in Cantor’s New York offices and will report to Howard W. Lutnick, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.
A seasoned veteran with over 20 years experience in corporate accounting, Mr. Barnard joins Cantor from Dover Management LLC, an investment management firm, where he served as Chief Administrative Officer. Prior to his tenure with Dover, Mr. Barnard held the position of Managing Director and Controller of the Americas Region at Deutsche Bank AG, where he oversaw all regional financial control during a period of rapid expansion, including the integration of Bankers Trust Corporation. Previously, Mr. Barnard was a Vice President and Investment Banking Controller at Goldman Sachs & Co., joining the bank from Deloitte Haskins & Sells.
Commenting on today’s announcement, Howard Lutnick said, “I am pleased Doug has joined Cantor as CFO and am confident he will be a tremendous asset. With his depth of experience within Cantor’s customer base, Doug is well suited to our client-focused culture.”
Mr. Barnard noted, “It is an exciting time within the capital markets and I am pleased to join such a successful and entrepreneurial organization as Cantor.”
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