Meraki Global Advisors hires fixed income trader from Loomis, Sayles, & Company

Dan Barnes
Meghan Siripurapu, Meraki Global Advisors.

Meraki Global Advisors has hired Meghan Siripurapu as a managing director at the firm’s Park City Headquarters in the USA, to meet the growing demand for outsourced trading in credit and fixed income products. The firm reports a year of growth in trading differentiated products for its clients.

Siripurapu brings over fifteen years of extensive experience in the fixed income markets and has held various leadership positions on both the buy and sell-side, including mentorship programmes and women’s networks. Prior to Meraki, she was vice-president, senior corporate bond trader at Loomis, Sayles & Company where she was responsible for trading global investment grade and high yield credit and derivatives. Prior to that, Siripurapu was a vice-president at Citigroup in New York where she was head trader for investment grade TMT and energy cash and credit default swaps portfolios. She began her career at Citigroup in the investment banking division with a focus on advisory, debt origination, structuring, and syndicate for financial institutions. Siripurapu is a CFA Charterholder and earned her dual degree from the Wharton School and the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.

Benjamin Arnold, founding partner and CEO of Meraki Global Advisors said, “Our success as a firm has been based on having market experts across asset classes and regions to provide valuable expertise and unmatched service to our sophisticated client base. Meghan brings a real passion for collaborating with investment teams to provide market insights and superior execution results. Her drive for improving the client experience fits perfectly with our principles and will greatly benefit our team and the clients they service.”

Siripurapu said, “The model at Meraki enables me to leverage my strong background identifying alpha opportunities and provide our clients with timely and actionable insights. The outsourced trading industry in fixed income is what electronic trading was 15 years ago, and Meraki is at the forefront.”

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