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KCG COMPLETES MOVE TO NEW HEADQUARTERS IN NEW YORK CITY
NEW YORK, NY - November 30, 2016 - KCG Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: KCG) ("KCG") today announced it has completed the move of its headquarters to 300 Vesey Street in downtown Manhattan. The new headquarters houses over 600 KCG employees and features a state-of-the-art trading floor as well as flexible collaboration spaces to promote teamwork throughout the office. The new space, which is WELL Certified at the Gold level, also includes air and water filtration systems specifically designed to help enhance the health and wellness of employees.
Daniel Coleman, Chief Executive Officer of KCG, said, "Downtown Manhattan is the ideal choice for our new headquarters. Our new location enables KCG to be part of New York's growing tech sector providing us with direct access to the industry's best talent. Since day one, our vision has been to establish a trading firm that's innovative, flexible, and efficient enough to meet the demands of today's evolving global markets. Our new headquarters brings all of our teams together allowing for increased agility, scale and even greater cross-discipline collaboration, while further strengthening our ability to attract the best and brightest."
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