Senior Managing Director, Global Chief Market Strategist
Cantor Fitzgerald, L.P.
Peter is Cantor’s Global Chief Market Strategist as well as Head of Cross Asset Strategy. Previously, he served as Cantor’s interim Co-Head of Equities. Formerly, he was Chief Strategist and Head of Special Situations at BGC Partners, a Cantor affiliate. From January 2007 to December 2009, Peter was a Partner and Portfolio Manager at Seven Bridges Management, LP. Seven Bridges was an event-driven special situations hedge fund seeded by Ulysses Management (the successor to Odyssey partners). The fund took long and short positions throughout companies’ capital structures and invested selectively based on a macro-thematic approach. Prior to Seven Bridges, Peter spent four years at BNY Mellon’s predecessor, Mellon Financial Corporation (within its Mellon HBV Alternative Strategies, LLC subsidiary) most recently as a Managing Director and group head of distressed investing. He directed securities selection, portfolio construction and portfolio hedging. Until its acquisition by Mellon Financial, he spent three years as an analyst and senior analyst at HBV Capital Management. From 2005 to 2007 and upon its emergence from bankruptcy, he sat on the Board of Directors of a North American integrated aluminum producer. Peter has served on numerous equity, unsecured, secured and bank steering committees. Of note, he chaired the equity committee of Impath Corporation, and he helped engineer the sale of the company to Genzyme. Before joining HBV, he spent several years as a consultant at a firm he co-owned. Peter speaks routinely at conferences and appears on various media outlets. He is also a regular contributor to Ben Hunt’s Epsilon Theory.
Education: He holds an MBA from Columbia University (Dean’s List) and a JD from Boston University School of Law (American Jurisprudence Scholar). He received his BA from Haverford College (in Economics) where he was also a four-year start in varsity lacrosse. He is an inactive Member of the NY State Bar.