About Nyenburgh

Nyenburgh (1996) is a privately held proprietary trading firm, active on all major venues around the world. In September 2012 Nyenburgh Holding sold its European ETF Market Maker assets to Virtu Financial in the UK.

Today, Nyenburgh focusses on day trading, swing trading, arbitrage, long-term investments in Life Science and market-making.

The company provides liquidity to financial markets worldwide, using its own capital at its own risk, trading a wide range of financial instruments, cash equities, options, futures, bonds and forex. The main office and trading desks are located in the financial center of Amsterdam.

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Regulation

Nyenburgh Holding qualifies as an Investment Firm in proprietary trading under the Dutch Financial Markets Supervision Act (Wft) and is licensed by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and the Dutch Central Bank (DNB).

Nyenburgh is not a broker, nor does she provide Direct Electronic Access (DEA).

Board-of-Directors

Board of Directors

Bert Muller (1957) studied business economics and is a certified financial analyst. He started his career in the financial sector in 1985 as an Institutional Sales Expert at former NMB nowadays ING Bank. In 1993 he joined Nyenburgh and was appointed to the board of directors in 1999.

Rob Kamsteeg (1976) holds an M.Sc. in Economics and started his career in 1999 at Nyenburgh Holding. After being Head of Proprietary Trading he was appointed as Managing Director and joined the board of directors of Nyenburgh Holding in 2012.

Peter Krikke (1971) joined Nyenburgh in 2018 and was appointed as a member of the Management Board in March 2019. Prior to joining Nyenburgh, Peter gained over 19 years of management experience as CEO at an independent proprietary trading firm. Peter started his career in 1997 at European Option Academy and Edutraders during his study law at Vrije Universiteit and University of Amsterdam.

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Years of experience

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