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Liquidnet Named to Crain’s “Best Places to Work in New York City”

Liquidnet, the global institutional trading network, has been named one of the Best Places to Work in New York City by Crain’s New York Business and the Best Companies Group. The annual survey and recognition program identifies and recognizes New York City’s best employers.

“We always put employees first at Liquidnet, that’s how we attract and retain the best talent. Ultimately our customers win and we continue to grow because we have awesome people who love working here,” said Seth Merrin, CEO and Founder of Liquidnet. “This culture, one fueled by passion, a drive to succeed, and fun, has allowed us to expand across the globe without losing the startup feel we’ve held close to our core.”

Companies from all five boroughs participated in a two-part survey process that evaluated nominees’ workplace policies, practices, philosophies, and an employee survey to assess personal experiences.

“A key element of the Liquidnet culture has always been about building an environment that encourages each employee to be his or her best self,” said Jerilyn Medrea, Head of Global Talent Engagement at Liquidnet. “So it is especially fulfilling to be recognized as one of the best places to work in New York City.”

A full list of the 100 organizations named as Best Places to Work in New York City is available on Crain’s New York Business’ website.

Liquidnet is the global institutional trading network where more than 800 of the world’s top asset managers and other like-minded investors come to execute their large trades with maximum anonymity and minimum market impact. As the global leader in large block trading, Liquidnet provides access to unique trading opportunities in 44 markets across five continents. Liquidnet approaches every market with the same bold vision to provide a better, more efficient way to trade on a massive scale. It is this focus on size, combined with the strength of its network, disruptive technology, and commitment to transparency, that is revolutionizing the way equities and corporate bonds are traded.