James Douglas-Mann

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The name Douglas-Mann has been a familiar one in senior city circles for three generations. James Douglas-Mann, after a long and successful career as a derivatives trader and broker, entered executive search, establishing his own company in June 2005.

James has twenty two years experience of trading and broking in both Equities and Equity derivatives. He traded for Morgan Grenfell, National Westminster and Hoare Govett before joining Tradition Financial Services in 1994 where he was appointed head of UK derivatives. Here he established an enviable client list that included all of the major investment banks.

Having left Tradition, James has rapidly established a reputation as one of the leading headhunters in London capital markets. He specialises in Equity Sales, Sales Trading, Equity Market Making and all derivatives products.

Clients include most of the London based Inter Dealer Broking houses together with a large number of Investment Banks, Stockbrokers, Hedge funds, CFD brokers and Chartered Surveyors, all of whom benefit from our policy of providing unrivalled value in terms of fee structure, refunds and overall intensity of service.

Douglas-Mann Associates are located at Bloomsbury in London's West End, an ideally discreet venue for meeting City professionals, although James can also be found in the City or Canary Wharf on a daily basis.



Notes:
1. Stewart Douglas-Mann is an advisor to  Douglas-Mann Associates. Possibly James's father?  Is this him?
2. Michelle Douglas-Mann advises on HR Employment law and dispute resolutions for Douglas-Mann Associates. Is she married to James?


See also:
The Douglas-Mann family page


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