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Freedom Capital Markets Appoints Edward Maguire as Director of the U.S. Equities Research Team

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Depth of Leadership and Expertise Expected to Support Future Growth

Los Angeles, California Jun 6, 2024 ( – Freedom Capital Markets (FCM), the investment banking and equity capital markets arm of Prime Executions, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Freedom Holding Corp. (NASDAQ: FRHC), is pleased to announce the appointment of Edward Maguire as the Director of Research, further aligning the company’s global strategy and growth plans.

“We’re very pleased to welcome Ed to the U.S. equities research team,” said Robert Wotczak, President and CEO of Freedom Capital Markets. “Ed’s comprehensive skill set and experienced leadership support our drive to broaden and deepen our footprint and client offering for U.S. equities across research, sales, and trading.”

Maguire has nearly 30 years of experience in equity research, banking, and finance. Prior to joining Freedom, Maguire served as Equity Research Principal at SMBC Nikko Securities America, overseeing a team of equity research analysts. Previously, he founded Bluemont Partners Advisory and was an Insights Partner at Momenta Partners, a venture capital and advisory firm. He was also a Managing Director at CLSA Americas, covering the software industry, technology, and innovation.

Earlier in his career, Maguire was an Investment Banker and Research Analyst at Merrill Lynch and CIBC World Markets, covering enterprise software. His distinguished coverage of the software and technology space has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, CNN, Bloomberg, the Wall Street Journal, and other publications. Maguire received his B.A. in Music from Columbia University and an M.B.A. from Rutgers Business School.

About Freedom Capital Markets

Freedom Capital Markets (FCM) provides corporate and institutional clients with investment banking, finance, and capital markets advisory services. FCM offers clients tailored solutions to help fuel growth, including IPOs and follow-on offerings, shelf offerings, rights offerings, PIPEs, SPACs, private placements, convertible issues, and more. FCM is the investment banking and equity capital markets arm of Prime Executions, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Freedom Holding Corp.

About Freedom Holding Corp.

Freedom Holding Corp., a Nevada corporation, is a diversified financial services holding company conducting retail securities brokerage, securities trading, investment research, investment counseling, investment banking and underwriting services, mortgages, insurance, and commercial banking as well as several ancillary businesses which complement its core financial services businesses, all through its subsidiaries, operating under the name Freedom24 in Europe and Central Asia, and Freedom Capital Markets in the United States. Through its subsidiaries, Freedom Holding Corp. employs more than 6,000 people and is a professional participant in the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange, the Astana International Exchange, the Republican Stock Exchange of Tashkent, the Uzbek Republican Currency Exchange, and is a member of the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.

Freedom Holding Corp. is headquartered in Almaty, Kazakhstan, and has operations and subsidiaries in 19 countries, including Kazakhstan, the United States, Cyprus, Poland, Spain, Uzbekistan, and Azerbaijan, among others.

Freedom Holding Corp.’s common shares are registered with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and are traded under the symbol FRHC on the Nasdaq Capital Market, operated by Nasdaq, Inc.

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