MarketAxess Appoints Ilene Fiszel Bieler as CFO

MarketAxess Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: MKTX) has appointed Ilene Fiszel Bieler as its new Chief Financial Officer, following the departure of Christopher Gerosa on January 31, 2024. Ms. Fiszel Bieler is expected to begin her role on or about May 22, 2024. She joins MarketAxess from State Street Global Markets, where she served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, bringing with her a wealth of experience in financial services.

MarketAxess, which operates a leading electronic trading platform for fixed-income securities, has a remarkable history of over two decades of innovation and leadership in the fixed-income space. The company boasts over 2,000 firms leveraging its patented technology to efficiently trade fixed-income securities, and its Open Trading® marketplace is widely regarded as the preferred all-to-all trading solution in the global credit markets.

Upon her appointment, Ms. Fiszel Bieler expressed her excitement to join MarketAxess at a time when industry demand for technology and efficiency has never been higher, emphasizing the potential for further transformation across the global fixed-income markets.

The company's CEO, Chris Concannon, commented on the appointment, highlighting Ms. Fiszel Bieler's diverse financial services background and unique operational experience, which he believes will be instrumental to MarketAxess' continued growth.

MarketAxess' financial performance and key metrics will be closely watched as Ms. Fiszel Bieler takes on her new role, with the company's position as an S&P 500 company and its significant market presence adding to the interest in her impact on the company's financial operations.

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