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Swain also was a managing director at BTIG, with headquarters in New York and San Francisco, and was primarily responsible for hedge fund and mutual fund clients seeking equity trading services. He joined the financial services firm in 2007, five years after its founding, and emerged as a “larger than life” figure at the company for his obsession with his work, Starker said. The 6-foot-3 Swain kept an inversion table in the office and, wearing a telephone headset, would sometimes execute trades while hanging upside down.
He wore his headset throughout the day, staying tethered to the trading desk and clients even while visiting the lavatory or running out to the street to add money to his car’s parking meter.
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