Cabrera Capital Markets teams up with HC Brokerage to bring independent institutional Egyptian research to US investors
Cabrera Capital Markets has announced a strategic alliance with HC Brokerage, headquartered in Cairo, Egypt. HC Brokerage is the brokerage arm of HC Securities & Investments.
HC Securities & Investments is an independent institutional broker, research house, investment bank, asset manager and wealth advisor. Working with Cabrera, a firm specializing in emerging market trading, HC Brokerage will provide unique research, corporate access and execution services to U.S. institutional investors.
This arrangement will also broaden the scope of investment options outside of the U.S. for Cabrera's institutional clients.
"We've chosen Cabrera because of its knowledge of the chaperone space and the team's expertise in trading. Additionally, Cabrera's services provide us with the availability and flexibility of using our own HC Brokerage brand to speak, trade and settle directly with the U.S. buy-side. It's an ideal alliance for non-U.S. brokers looking to access U.S. institutional investors," added Hassan Choucri, managing director at HC Brokerage.
This relationship continues Cabrera's push to bring the highest-quality research to the U.S. institutional marketplace.
"To be able to add an alliance such as HC Brokerage to our growing list of research providers speaks volumes to Cabrera's capabilities and growth in the international space. HC Brokerage's research is well-respected both in and outside of Egypt and their corporate access network is very strong. This continued expansion benefits our institutional clients and pension funds, as well as our partners like HC Brokerage," added Paul Karrlsson-Willis, managing director of Equities Sales and Trading.
By partnering with Cabrera, HC Brokerage will increase its visibility and business in the U.S. Alliances such as these have an added advantage of providing multiple opportunities and information-access under one roof, making them convenient and cost-effective.