A Green World for CantorCo2e

April 2008
Securities Industry News;4/7/2008, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p8
Trade Publication
An interview with Josh Margolis, co-chief executive officer of CantorCO2e, a carbon emissions business, is presented. He relates how Cantor Fitzgerald got into the emissions business. He describes the service being offered by CantorCO2e. He relates how the company handled the rise in emissions trading. He describes the relationship of CantorCO2e with the exchanges.


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