New chief legal officer at Broadridge will replace Adam Amsterdam who is retiring after serving in the role for almost 30 years.
New regulatory appointment will replace Christian Sabella, who served at the agency for the past 10 years.
The DTCC has become the first security-based swap data repository in the US following the regulator’s approval for the new swaps reporting regime.
Nasdaq plans to launch the volatility index options later this year, following the approval from the US financial regulator.
Approval from the US Senate follows the appointment of Gary Gensler as chairman of the SEC in January earlier this year.
The US equities periodic auctions are expected to launch at Cboe during the third quarter of this year.
Research by Greenwich Associates found that only 44% of US buy-side firms thought the SEC’s proposed ruling on electronic treasury trading venues would benefit the market.
Nasdaq, Cboe, and NYSE have sued the US regulator over its decision to overhaul real-time consolidated data feeds for the US equities market, also known as SIPs.
Gary Gensler becomes chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) bringing with him over 25 years of industry experience.