Michael Blaugrund

Chief Operating Officer, NYSE Group 

Blaugrund is responsible for NYSE’s equity and options trading businesses, including the New York Stock Exchange, NYSE American, NYSE Arca and NYSE National exchanges. Additionally, he oversees the NYSE/FINRA Trade Reporting Facility and NYSE Bonds fixed income exchange.

Blaugrund holds a B.A. in government from Harvard University. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

Jon Herrick

Head of Equities, NYSE 

Jon Herrick is the Head of Equities at the NYSE, responsible for leading the competitive strategy and operational performance of NYSE’s equity trading business, which includes the NYSE, NYSE American, NYSE Arca, NYSE National, and the NYSE Chicago exchanges. Jon also oversees the NYSE/FINRA Trade Reporting Facility, NYSE Bonds fixed income exchange, and represents the NYSE exchanges on the CTA and UTP (SIP) Operating Committees.

Jon holds a B.A. from the State University of New York, College at Oswego.

Paul Kenyon

Head of Sales and Relationship Mgmt, NYSE

Kenyon holds responsibility for managing and optimizing the NYSE’s relationships with exchange members (including traditional sell-side dealers, retail brokers, and proprietary trading firms) and also with buy-side institutions.

Kenyon holds a B.A. Economics from Drew University and a MBA from the University of Cambridge.

Steven Poser

Director, Research, NYSE

Poser provides detailed analysis and insight into current equity and options market issues including regulation, market composition and structure.

Poser holds a B.A in Mathematics and Computer Science from NYU.

Kevin Tyrrell

Head of Equities Strategy and Research, NYSE

Tyrell leads a team of professionals responsible for delivering market analysis, insights and actionable solutions for NYSE’s transactions clients across options and equities.

Kevin holds a B.A in International Affairs from The George Washington University and MBA, Quantitative Finance from NYU Stern school of Business.


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