Commerce Bank expanded its Institutional Fixed Income business with the development of the Institutional Division of our Broker Dealer, Commerce Brokerage Services, Inc. (CBSI). This new Institutional Division will complement Commerce Bank’s existing Capital Markets Group (CMG). The business activities of this new Institutional Division of CBSI will primarily be operated by the incumbent supervisory principals and staff of CMG. The Institutional Division will allow us to offer clients access to DTCC’s Central Trade Management Platform (CTM) for trade allocation and matching through our clearing relationship with National Financial Services LLC (NFS). The NFS clearing relationship will also connect us with the Continuous Net Settlement (CNS) network for an enhanced settlement experience. Building on the outstanding reputation, values and culture of one of America’s premier financial institutions, CBSI takes a conservative, consultative approach to helping meet the fixed income investment needs of financial institutions, money managers, hedge funds, insurance companies and state and local governments.
Collaborating with the right service provider who can offer knowledgeable solutions and prudent investment strategies is critical to making your money work harder toward achieving your goals.
For general inquiries, please email us at: CBSIInstitutionalDivision@CommerceBank.com
Commerce Brokerage Services, Inc. (CBSI), member FINRA, SIPC, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Commerce Bank with its headquarters located at 8000 Forsyth, Saint Louis, Missouri 63105. Registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission became effective December 27, 1985 (CRD#: 17140).
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