US-based exchange operator CBOE global markets Inc., made an announcement last Thursday stating that it has added a new member to its equity trading division. The Chicago based exchange operator had stated that it has appointed Adam Inzirillo to its equity department as new Senior Vice President and Head of US Equities.
According to the announcement, Adam will be working from CBOE’s New York office. In his new role as Senior VP and Head of US equities, Adam will be responsible for ensuring the growth of the company’s equity trading business and will also oversee their product development program.
When speaking about his new role at CBOE, Adam commented, “I have been a customer and trusted partner of CBOE’s equities business for many years. With its product innovation, cutting-edge technology, and seamless trading solutions, I believe CBOE is uniquely positioned to provide long-term industry leadership and transform the U.S. equity markets. I look forward to supporting the team’s continued success, and evolving CBOE’s equity trading platforms to benefit all market participants”. Adam is an industry veteran with decades of experience in the financial sector having held high-level managerial roles in tier 1 banks and top investment companies.
Prior to his current role at CBOE, Adam served for more than nine months at Bank of America’s investment and wealth management arm Merrill Lynch as a Managing Director. Before Merrill Lynch, he served as an Executive Director for UBS Securities LLC for more than 10 years and as Vice President of Knight Capital Group. Bryan Harkins, EVP, Co-head of markets division at CBOE commented on Adam’s appointment stating, “Adam has a long and proven track record in building successful equities trading businesses. He is passionate about our markets and can leverage his extensive industry relationships in support of our strategic growth efforts. We’re thrilled to have him on board, and are confident that he’ll help to enhance CBOE’s competitive positioning and extend our leadership as a top U.S. securities exchange operator”.
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