At NYSE Liffe US, Spiegel was responsible for expanding the NYSE Liffe U.S. interest rate futures complex by continuing to create and develop strong customer relationships across the spectrum of key market participants, including banks, asset managers, futures commission merchants (FCM), and inter-dealer brokers. He reported to Marco Bianchi, senior vice president, head of business development, NYSE Liffe U.S. He was appointed to this position on July 19, 2011.
Previously, Spiegel served as CEO of U.S. Futures Exchange, the defunct Chicago-based electronic derivatives platform. Prior to his official appointment to CEO, he was deputy CEO and director of sales in New York for the exchange.
Spiegel earned a bachelor of science degree in Finance from Boston College.
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