Ed Tilly, chairman, president and chief executive of Cboe Global Markets, said the exchange group is at a critical inflection point as it focuses on the strategic growth drivers of data and analytics, global derivatives and digital assets.
Cboe hosted its first investor day in 10 years on 16 November.
Tilly said: “We chose this time because we believe Cboe is at a critical inflection point in our next phase of growth. As we broaden our global footprint, we have an unmatched opportunity to evolve the CBOE network.”
Chris Isaacson, chief operating officer at Cboe, described the firm as building one of the world’s largest derivatives and securities networks as it trades more than $100bn in value daily in 23 markets, overseen by 18 regulators across four asset classes.
He described Cboe as a dramatically different company from when he joined as part of the Bats acquisition following…