Esposito Global Announces Corporate Bond Trading Desk to its Securities Business

Dallas, TX – Esposito Global has recently announced the addition of five new trading and sales professionals to the company’s newly-formed Corporate Bond Group. The group will execute fixed income trade orders on behalf of its core business Esposito Securities. The addition is one of many the firm has made in the past month, as Esposito recently launched their Investment Banking Group.

Peter Wooldridge has been named Head of the Corporate Bond Group. Joining him is Robert Montero, who was named Senior Vice President and Trader, as well as Yvette Espinoza-Engh, John Shelburne, and David Dix. Mr. Wooldridge and Mr. Montero bring over 15 years of experience in the fixed income field to Esposito Securities while the rest of the team has over 30 years of combined experience in sales and trading.

“We are excited to add the Corporate Bond group to our growing list of services,” said Mark Esposito, President and CEO of Esposito Securities. “The team has tremendous experience and proven success within the fixed income industry and their addition is an integral part of our vision for this business. This new addition is an important step in our continued growth and efforts in strengthening our client relationships.”

Most recently, Peter Wooldridge served as Managing Director of the Corporate Bond Division at Tejas Securities. Prior to this role, he was the Head of Retail Taxable Fixed Income Trading at Southwest Securities. Robert Montero formerly served as Senior Vice President at Tejas Securities, Southwest Securities, and Ferris Baker Watts. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge in the broad spectrum of fixed income securities. The firm continues to expand product offerings to both its institutional and retail networks by leveraging Esposito’s expertise as an innovative broker.

About Esposito Global

Esposito Global is the corporate brand for the Esposito family of financial services companies. Its businesses include Esposito Securities, Esposito Partners, and Esposito Private Equity Group. The firm’s mission is to be the leading financial services provider through outperformance of competitors and exemplary service to its clients.

In addition to its portfolio of companies, Esposito Global operates its own non-profit organization: the Esposito Foundation, which distributes funds annually charitable to a group of non-profit organizations. For more information, visit www.espositoglobal.com.