Going After the Retail Space

Bresiger, Gregory
March 2008
Securities Industry News;Spring2008 Supplement, Vol. 20, p22
Trade Publication
An interview with CQ&D Bear Stearns clearing executives Joe Triarsi and John Tyers is presented. When asked about major growth areas in clearing in the next five years, Tyers says that in terms of growth, it is no surprise that the independent broker-dealer and registered investment advisors (RIAs) markets are seeing tremendous growth. Triarsi says that they will focus on growing and improving their services for independent broker-dealers. They also share that the company will roll out new initiatives to clients in 2008 with a focus on BearVIEW.


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