Mr. Grados received his BA in Finance from Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut and studied Derivatives Instruments and Equities at New York Institute of Finance in New York. Bringing experience in the areas of Corporate Finance, Asset Management, Mining, and Oil & Gas Organization, Franklin looks forward to his valuable insight. Also possessing expertise in the areas of Investment Banking, Investor Relations, Capital Markets, and Bloomberg & Reuters, Mr. Grados will most certainly provide sound guidance and a well-rounded ability to offer comprehensive responses for the betterment of Franklin’s operations.
Mr. Grados has worked with organizations such as Monaco Private Capital Corporation and OpHedge Investments Services, where he held the position of Fund Administrator for Soros Fund Management and Quantum Funds 20Billion (AUM). He also served as consultant to BBVA Securities, New York and Barclays Capital, New York. In the course of his business activities, Mr. Grados has established business relationships with reputable and honorable trading desks of the most important financial institutions worldwide such as: UBS, RBS, JP Morgan, Lehman Brothers, Barclays Capital, ING, BNP Paribas, Standard Chartered, Citibank, BBVA, Deutsche bank, Goldman Sachs, etc.
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