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John Shay is a financial servies and exchange executive who is the former senior vice president and global head of fixed income and commodities at [[Nasdaq]]. He took over the role on October 11, 2016, reporting to [[Hans-Ole Jochumsen]], Nasdaq's president.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://finance.yahoo.com/news/nasdaq-appoints-john-shay-global-150523407.html|name=Nasdaq Appoints John Shay Global Head of Fixed Income and Commodities|org=Yahoo Finance|date=September 22, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.ft.com/content/45b095aa-aac2-3a9d-9d20-8c069572237a|name=Nasdaq’s head of fixed-income trading leaves after just 10 months|org=Financial Times|date=September 27, 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.ft.com/content/9506a686-7231-11e7-93ff-99f383b09ff9|name=Nasdaq chief says no ‘magic bullet’ for ailing Treasury arm|org=Financial Times|date=September 27, 2017}}</ref>
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John Shay is a financial services and exchange executive who currently serves as managing partner at Capital Market Services, Inc., a wholly-owned clearing and execution services business he founded which is designed to improve market access for the non-bank
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community in the over-the-counter and exchange-traded markets.  
  
Shay left the organization in July of 2017 after less than 10 months on the job. [[Thomas Wittman]], head of global trading and market services at Nasdaq, will take over Shay's responsibilities, Wittman said in a memo to clients.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/r-senior-nasdaq-fixed-income-executive-shay-leaves-exchange-2017-7|name=Senior Nasdaq fixed income executive Shay leaves exchange|org=Business Insider|date=July 25, 2017}}</ref>
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He also serves as senior advisor at Broadway Technology and at Virtu Financial Inc., where he advises the CEO on all FICC-related
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matters.  
  
Shay joined Nasdaq in that role from [[Virtu Financial LLC]], where he was executive vice president of technology and transaction services.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-shay/5/56a/44b|name=John Shay|org=LinkedIn|date=August 16, 2012}}</ref>
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Earlier, he was senior vice president and global head of fixed income and commodities at [[Nasdaq]]. He took over the role on October 11, 2016, reporting to [[Hans-Ole Jochumsen]], Nasdaq's president.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://finance.yahoo.com/news/nasdaq-appoints-john-shay-global-150523407.html|name=Nasdaq Appoints John Shay Global Head of Fixed Income and Commodities|org=Yahoo Finance|date=September 22, 2016}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.ft.com/content/45b095aa-aac2-3a9d-9d20-8c069572237a|name=Nasdaq’s head of fixed-income trading leaves after just 10 months|org=Financial Times|date=September 27, 2017}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.ft.com/content/9506a686-7231-11e7-93ff-99f383b09ff9|name=Nasdaq chief says no ‘magic bullet’ for ailing Treasury arm|org=Financial Times|date=September 27, 2017}}</ref>
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Shay left the organization in July of 2017 after less than 10 months on the job.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.businessinsider.com/r-senior-nasdaq-fixed-income-executive-shay-leaves-exchange-2017-7|name=Senior Nasdaq fixed income executive Shay leaves exchange|org=Business Insider|date=July 25, 2017}}</ref>
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Shay joined Nasdaq from [[Virtu Financial LLC]], where he was executive vice president of technology and transaction services.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.linkedin.com/pub/john-shay/5/56a/44b|name=John Shay|org=LinkedIn|date=August 16, 2012}}</ref>
  
 
==Background==
 
==Background==

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John Shay
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Occupation Managing Partner
Employer Capital Market Services, Inc.
Location New York
LinkedIn Profile

John Shay is a financial services and exchange executive who currently serves as managing partner at Capital Market Services, Inc., a wholly-owned clearing and execution services business he founded which is designed to improve market access for the non-bank community in the over-the-counter and exchange-traded markets.

He also serves as senior advisor at Broadway Technology and at Virtu Financial Inc., where he advises the CEO on all FICC-related matters.

Earlier, he was senior vice president and global head of fixed income and commodities at Nasdaq. He took over the role on October 11, 2016, reporting to Hans-Ole Jochumsen, Nasdaq's president.[1][2][3]

Shay left the organization in July of 2017 after less than 10 months on the job.[4]

Shay joined Nasdaq from Virtu Financial LLC, where he was executive vice president of technology and transaction services.[5]

Background

Shay has more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry. He founded the International Derivatives Clearing Group (IDCG) with Vincent Viola in March 2007 and served as chief marketing officer until it was acquired by LCH.Clearnet in August 2012. During this time he also served as a managing partner at Capital Market Services.

Before founding IDCG, Shay spent nearly 25 years, from 1982 until 2007, managing various businesses for ICAP.

Education

Shay earned an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School, Columbia University and a B.B.A. from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business, graduating magna cum laude.

References

  1. Nasdaq Appoints John Shay Global Head of Fixed Income and Commodities. Yahoo Finance.
  2. Nasdaq’s head of fixed-income trading leaves after just 10 months. Financial Times.
  3. Nasdaq chief says no ‘magic bullet’ for ailing Treasury arm. Financial Times.
  4. Senior Nasdaq fixed income executive Shay leaves exchange. Business Insider.
  5. John Shay. LinkedIn.