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Brownstone Investment Group expands into emerging markets trading

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Fixed income investing firm Brownstone Investment Group has further expanded its trading platform with the addition of emerging markets (EM) debt.  

Brownstone will focus initially on Latin American corporate bonds and quasi-sovereign credits domiciled in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Peru, as well as on providing liquidity in select Asian and European Union issuers.
 
Brownstone’s EM desk already maintains over 200 live and executable markets to service the needs of its growing list of Latin American and European clients.
 
“Brownstone is constantly evolving to meet our clients’ changing needs. What always remains constant is our delivery of high-quality offerings with the trademark service and professionalism our clients have come to expect from us,” says Douglas Lowey, Brownstone president and chief executive. “This latest expansion reflects the firm’s continued commitment to leveraging the strength of our platform to become a one-stop shop for fixed income investors.”
 
Brownstone’s EM trading and sales unit is led by directors of emerging markets Andrew Bazylevsky and Brian Krueger. Bazylevsky brings nearly 15 years of experience in trading corporate bonds, while Krueger has been involved with EM debt sales for over 25 years. The firm plans to hire additional professionals with EM experience and relationships in order to further expand its offering of Latin American, Central and Eastern European, Middle Eastern and African credits.

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