Met Traders is a leading financial futures house, specialising in proprietary trading in the fixed income and commodity markets. We go straight to the market to earn our return, rather than relying on commission from someone else’s deals
We have our own model for successful trading, created by our founders, based on a combination of techniques and fundamentals.
With many years' experience in futures trading we are one of the most respected futures houses. We have been considered as one of the leading proprietary trading firms across the world’s top derivative exchanges for more than a decade.
Based in West Hampstead our office is extremely well connected by train, tube and road, with its own identity and local amenities – a dynamic alternative to the traditional City environment.
Steven is a co-founder and Managing Partner of the Met Group.
He oversees the operation of Met Traders, the proprietary trading arm of the Group. In 2003 Steven set up Met Traders' training programme, which he continues to lead today as well as being an active trader, specialising in STIRs and energy products. Before the launch of the Met Group, Steven worked for the Kyte Group where he traded on the LIFFE floor from 1994 to 1999. When trading migrated to screens, he became one of the leading STIR traders and featured regularly in LIFFE's highest global volumes tables. Steven has a BA in Economics from Manchester University.
Ganny is a product of our own training programme.
After joining as a student in 2006, he overtook the running of the graduate programme in 2011 and, as a Trading & Development Consultant, oversees the graduate programme and the recruitment, training, mentoring of new graduate traders. As the economic climate and market conditions change, Ganny makes sure that the intensive eight week course changes too and stays completely relevant. Part of this is exploring new markets and incorporating these within Met trading strategies to expand the Met Traders portfolio. Ganny has a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Birmingham.
Ashley joined Met Traders in 2011 and now trains new recruits as well as trading himself.
Ashley joined Met Traders in 2011 and now trains new recruits as well as trading himself. After graduating from university, he worked at Citigroup in sales and trading, but soon became frustrated by the slow route to the trading floor. Determined to become a trader, Ashley applied for and successfully completed the Met Traders course. Ashley has a BA in Economics from Cambridge University.