Jersey City, NJ, November 22, 2019 – OpenDoor Securities (“OpenDoor”) Co-founder, CEO and President Susan Estes was recognized for Excellence in Treasury Trading at this year’s Markets Choice Women in Finance Awards, which were presented in New York this week. This is the third time Estes has been honored at the annual Markets Choice WIF event.

Presented by Markets Media, the 5th annual Markets Choice Women in Finance Awards recognize the most talented women across over 30 categories spanning the financial services sector. Winners were selected from buy and sell-side institutions, fintech vendors, exchanges and trading platforms.

“Markets Media has done a tremendous job recognizing women across the financial services industry with the Women in Finance program over the last few years and I’ve been very honored to be part of it,” said Estes. “This award is another nod to the great work our team at OpenDoor has done in creating more opportunities for women in this industry.”

Susan Estes was previously honored at the WIF Awards in 2017 when she was named Disruptor of the Year and in 2016 when she was named Entrepreneur of the Year.

For a full list of winners in this year’s Markets Choice Women in Finance Awards, visit the Markets Media website.


About OpenDoor Securities
OpenDoor is a financial technology company providing institutional investors tools to improve their execution quality in the most illiquid segments of the U.S. Treasury market: Off-the-run Treasuries and TIPS. OpenDoor’s market-based solution enhances the value of the buy-side’s dealer relationships by employing a riskless-principal model. The model allows OpenDoor to compensate its dealer-partners for facilitating clearing of matched trades without requiring them to take market risk. Headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey, OpenDoor has a client base that consists of central banks, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, primary dealers, asset managers, hedge funds and trading firms.

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