Lunchtime Links: 180 new hires planned at Execution

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Execution, the independent UK institutional brokerage, is adding to the excitement surrounding the UK corporate finance advisory/ cash equities sectors. According to the Financial Times, it has ambitious plans to grow headcount from 120 to 300 and to triple revenues by expanding its corporate broking and advisory business. The Financial News also reports that it has a more modest urge to supplement its equity sales and trading business with an additional eight people.

In a previous incarnation, Execution sought to lure staff with such dotcom craziness as in-office space hoppers and crazy golf. But the Financial Times says it is putting such things behind it and is becoming a "serious institutional franchise rather than a maverick outpost."

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