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The News Archive for Jeremy Isaacs

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The News Archive for Jeremy Isaacs

Jeremy Isaacs

Founding Partner

JRJ Group
London, UK
9 Jan 2021 | Business Standard

UK brokerage touts exotic Bitcoin bet to wring income from crypto

Jeremy Isaacs, Founding Partner of JRJ Group is mentioned in the Business Standard regarding Marex Spectron Group's new structured product that offers a safer way to play Bitcoin. Marex Spectron Group is a subsidiary of JRJ Group.

24 Dec 2019 | Finance Magnates

Marex Spectron Buys Marquee Oil as Consolidation Heats up

Marex has expanded aggressively since being taken private in 2010 by JRJ Ventures, the private equity group founded by former Lehman executives Roger Nagioff and Jeremy Isaacs. The past year saw Marex Spectron also solidify its ‎position across global commodities markets, including ‎seeing its volumes maintain the top spot on the London ‎Metal Exchange (LME), as well as on the LME Select ‎electronic platform. 

11 Apr 2019 | Euromoney

Jeremy Isaacs: Lehman was the wrong option

Jeremy Isaacs started as a blue-button at Smith New Court (later acquired by Merrill Lynch in 1995), working on the London Stock Exchange as a trainee trader at one of the biggest stock jobbers. He was in at the start of equity options in the early 1980s.

16 Nov 2017 | The Times

Big guns head to City in search of $500m

Some of the investing and property worlds’ best-known sharpshooters have come together to raise $500 million by listing a new vehicle on the London Stock Exchange, independent directors include Jeremy Isaacs, a founding partner of JRJ, a private equity group.

31 Jul 2017 | The Times

Lehman boss eyes broker sale

An investment firm founded by three former top executives at Lehman Brothers may sell the City derivatives broker and spread betting firm ETX Capital. JRJ Group, led by Jeremy Isaacs, the former boss of Lehman in London, has been holding talks with other spread betting firms about selling ETX, whose clients trade currencies and contracts for difference. Royal Bank of Canada has been advising JRJ on strategic options and the sale.

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