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Liquidnet Ranked a Top 50 Employer in “Best Places to Work in NYC”



This is the second year in a row Liquidnet has earned a spot on the coveted Crain’s list

Liquidnet, the global institutional trading network, has been named one of the Best Places to Work in New York City by Crain’s New York Business and the Best Companies Group. The annual ranking recognizes New York City’s best employers through its survey and recognition program. Liquidnet was ranked number 48 out of the 100 organizations to make the list.

“The FinTech landscape in New York City is rapidly evolving, which makes the ability to attract and retain the best employees even more crucial,” said Seth Merrin, CEO and Founder of Liquidnet. “We’ve worked very hard to create a climate of innovation, excellence, accountability, empowerment, and fun! Liquidnet employees are given the freedom to challenge the status quo and encouraged to fix what may not even be broken, each and every day.”

Companies through New York City’s five boroughs took part in a two-part survey process that assessed nominees’ workplace culture, philosophies, policies and practices as well as employee engagement and satisfaction.

“Life at Liquidnet is all about delivering an outstanding experience to our employees so they can be their best selves at work, at home and in their communities,” said Jerilyn Medrea, Global Head of Talent Engagement at Liquidnet. “It’s particularly satisfying to be recognized as one of the best places to work in New York City because 75% of the survey competition is based on employee feedback, and it shows our employees appreciate the commitment we have made to them.”

A full list of the 100 organizations named as Best Places to Work in New York City is available on Crain’s New York Business’ website,

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