US trade Nasdaq has appointed Jeremy Skule as chief technique officer in a newly expanded position within the international technique division.
In his new position, Skule will oversee Nasdaq’s international technique organisation, driving strategic planning throughout mergers and acquisitions, enterprise investments, and information and analytics.
Skule joined Nasdaq in 2012 and has served as chief advertising and marketing officer on the trade for the final eight years.
Throughout his tenure, his group revamped Nasdaq’s lead technology course of, redesigned its digital and social media choices, and launched a brand new thought management platform. He can even proceed to supervise the advertising and marketing and communications division in his newly expanded position.
“Over the course of his tenure, Jeremy has been a driving drive of optimistic change and vital progress at Nasdaq as we develop and evolve our model and enterprise,” stated Adena Friedman, president, and CEO at Nasdaq.
“Our success requires us regularly to evaluate, evolve and elevate our technique to execute on our best ambitions. I’m assured Jeremy will excel in persevering with to maneuver Nasdaq ahead on this new position.”
The trade has launched a number of initiatives in current months, most lately rolling out an upgraded model of its cloud-based danger platform for banks, brokers, and clearing companies.
Alongside the launch, the trade confirmed that its upgraded platform had already been built-in by international trade dealer and liquidity supplier Sucden Monetary who turned the primary consumer to undertake the system.