London Stock Exchange Group appoints new Director of Post-Trade Services
London Stock Exchange Group plc (LSEG) today announced the appointment of Kevin Milne as its new Director of Post Trade Services, adding to the breadth and depth of experience in its Executive Committee.
Kevin takes up his new post today, reporting directly to Group CEO, Xavier Rolet. Post Trade Services is one of LSEG’s three main business divisions and Kevin will be responsible for driving the growth and diversification of its services.
Kevin has over 25 years’ financial markets experience and has held senior positions at a number of important service providers to the capital markets. Kevin joins from Xtrakter (formerly ICMA and last year acquired by Euroclear), a provider of operational risk management, trade matching and regulatory reporting services to the global securities market where he was Chief Executive and latterly a member of the Euroclear Senior Management Team, before his resignation.
Massimo Capuano, who has been overseeing Post Trade Services for the Group, will continue in his role as CEO of Borsa Italiana, Deputy CEO of the LSE Group and Head of Legal and Regulatory Strategy.
Commenting on the appointment, Xavier Rolet said:
“We are delighted to welcome Kevin to the team. He brings a wealth of industry experience, which will add considerably to the strength of the Executive team and our ability to take advantage of new opportunities in the provision of market infrastructure and ancillary services.”
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Career history of Kevin Milne:
2007 – 2009 Xtrakter (now part of Euroclear)
Chief Executive, Member of Euroclear Senior Management Team
2004 – 2006 SS&C Technologies Inc
Senior Vice President, International
2002 – 2004 Macgregor
Executive Vice President, International
1993 – 2001 Omgeo (formerly Thomson ESG)
Executive Managing Director, International
1991 – 1993 Extel Financial
Business Manager, Financial Systems Division
1986 – 1991 London Stock Exchange
Various marketing and business development roles