Philippe Buhannic

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Philippe Buhannic is co-founder of TradingScreen. He was previously a managing director at Credit Suisse First Boston in New York City, where he worked in fixed income as well as having created and implemented CFSB’s e-commerce products. Prior to joining CSFB, from 1993 to 1995 Buhannic was chairman and CEO of Fimat Futures USA, a subsidiary of Société Générale, France and a member of the board of the Fimat Group. From 1987 to 1993, he was the deputy chief financial officer of Credit Commercial de France, where he oversaw the global marketing of short-term FX and interest rate products. Buhannic holds an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business, a Master's degree in Finance and Taxation from Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris. He is a long-time board member of the Futures Industry Association and Guest Professor in business and finance courses.[1]

Philippe Buhannic coined the term “EMS,” or execution management system, on his personal blog and is known for introducing the first EMS in the financial industry.[2]

Philippe Buhannic is considered a thought leader in the Finance space, and makes regular contributions on Wall Street & Technology.[3]


The Trade 100 and the Future of Trading: Philippe Buhannic, #47 Template:Failed verification

Institutional Investor: The Trading and Technology 40 Ranking: Philippe Buhannic, #31


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