David was appointed Chief Financial Officer and joined the Board as a Director on 2 July 2012. David previously spent 9 years as CFO at Nasdaq OMX, where he was responsible for all financial operations, including accounting, SEC and regulatory reporting, treasury, tax, risk management, financial planning and analysis, corporate finance and investor relations. Following this, David spent two years as a Senior Adviser to the CEO of NASDAQ OMX. Prior to his time at Nasdaq OMX, David held a number of senior finance roles, including 7 years at CS First Boston.
Chris Corrado was appointed Group COO and Group CIO in November 2015. Chris was previously Managing Director at MSCI, CIO/CTO, responsible for technology, data services and program management from 2013. Chris has more than thirty years of global experience in managing technology platforms and transformational change in the financial services industry. Prior to joining MSCI, Chris held a variety of senior CTO roles in leading banks, including Morgan Stanley, Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch and UBS. He has also worked for high growth technology companies as CTO at eBay, CIO at AT&T Wireless, and SVP of Technology, Strategic Initiatives and Business Architecture at Asurion, the mobile technology protection company. He began his career at IBM. He graduated with a B.S. in Management Information Systems & Business Administration from the University of New York at Albany.
Diane Côté was appointed Chief Risk Officer and joined the Executive Team on 1 June 2013. Diane was previously Aviva Plc's Chief Finance Operations Officer. Previous to this, Diane held the position of Aviva's Chief Audit Officer. Diane has many years' experience holding senior positions within Aviva and other leading organisations, including Standard Life Assurance. In addition, she is a Non-Executive Director at Novae Syndicates Limited.
Serge is a member of the Executive Committee and serves on the Boards of LCH SA and CurveGlobal as a non-executive Director, and is also non-executive Chairman of MTS France.
Serge has over 30 years experience in capital markets and financial markets infrastructure, including 20 years as a CEO and CFO, combining strategy, M&A and operational experience. He advised the LSEG CEO as an external consultant from 2011-2013, mainly working on the acquisition of LCH Group. Previously he held executive positions at BlueNext (Chairman and CEO) from 2008 to 2010: NYSE Euronext (Group Head of Strategy) 2007 - 08; Euronext (CFO) 2000-07; Paris Stock Exchange (Deputy CEO) 1999-2000; and Euroclear France (General Secretary) 1983-99.
Appointed to the Board in June 2010. In addition to his role as Director of Capital Markets, Raffaele was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Borsa Italiana S.p.A. in April 2010. He is also Institore of the LSEGH (Italy) group of companies. Prior to joining Borsa Italiana in 1998, he was head of trading for Italian fixed income at Credit Suisse First Boston from 1993 to 1998. From 1996 he was member of the proprietary trading group in London. From 1997 to 1998 he was a Board Member of MTS S.p.A., representing Credit Suisse First Boston and from 1989 to 1993 was head of trading for the fixed income and derivatives divisions at Cimo S.p.A. in Milan.
Catherine joined the Group in 1996. She advises the Board and senior executives on key legal matters and strategic initiatives, and previously was head of the Group's Regulatory Strategy team. Catherine qualified as a lawyer at Herbert Smith in 1993.
Daniel was appointed Chief Executive Officer, LCH Group in October 2017. As CEO Daniel is responsible for achieving new business growth, maintaining and building existing customer relationships and driving innovation and efficiency across the Group, while ensuring LCH’s risk and resilience is fully safeguarded. Building on his strong track record of innovation, delivery and control Daniel is also be responsible for the development of an integrated global product strategy and its execution.
Prior to being appointed as CEO, Daniel was most recently Group COO. During his 16-year career at LCH Daniel has had involvement in, and responsibility for, risk management, default management, product management, regulatory strategy, programme delivery, sales, marketing and operations. In 2014, after returning from four years in the US where he started and built out LCH’s North America operations and led SwapClear’s client clearing franchise, Daniel took on the role of Global Head of SwapClear and subsequently took responsibility for LCH’s ForexClear and Listed Rates services. Previously, Daniel worked at JPMorgan from 2005 to 2008 before returning to LCH on 1 Sep 2008, where he was immediately responsible for the successful trading and unwinding of Lehman Brothers’ LCH-cleared bond and repo portfolio.
Mark is Group Director of Information Services of London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) and Chief Executive of FTSE Russell, the global index provider. He is a member of LSEG’s Executive Committee.
Mark started his career in financial services in 1985, when he joined the London Stock Exchange to coordinate “Big Bang” (the deregulation of securities trading in the City of London). In 1995 he founded FTSE International and grew the index business from a small UK start up with nine staff to become one of the largest and most successful global index providers today. He has over 20 years’ experience of developing successful joint ventures. He has successfully forged alliances with stock exchanges, academics and leading industry groups around the world. He was a founding member of the Index Industry Association and its first chairman.
Mark has been a long‐time supporter of the children’s charity UNICEF.
Nikhil was appointed CEO of our London Stock Exchange plc subsidiary in September 2015. He also has Group-wide responsibility for International Development.
Nikhil joined LSEG from the UK Treasury, where he held a number of senior positions over an eleven year period. Most recently he was Director of the Financial Services Group, representing the UK Government’s financial services interests in the EU and internationally. He served as the UK representative on the EU Financial Services Committee. Prior to that, he was Head of the Financial Stability unit, overseeing a number of the UK’s financial stability interventions during the crisis. Nikhil also served as Private Secretary to the UK Prime Minister for three years from 2005 to 2008.
Liz was appointed Global Head of Government Regulation and Regulatory Strategy in 2016, with responsibility for managing LSEG's regulatory strategy, public policy and political engagement. She joined LSEG in 2008, and was appointed to the Executive Committee in June 2017. During her time with the Group, Liz has worked on numerous public policy projects designed to increase access to capital markets finance for growth companies and to increase competition in financial markets. Previously she served as Special Adviser and speech writer to a member of the UK Conservative Party.