Kevin Wolf is a financial industry executive who is the former CEO of Euronext FX and Euronext US. He left Euronext in August 2022.
He was previously head of fixed income, currencies and commodities for Euronext, which he joined in September 2017. He assumed the role of CEO of Euronext FX in 2018.
He is currently the chair of the FX Professional Association.
He is also the CEO and a board member of Fastmatch, a new Electronic Communication Network for foreign exchange trading.
Earlier, Wolf was a principal at ViableMkts, a firm that focuses on market structure and fintech advisory services, offering his interest rate market knowledge to the team. He joined the firm in 2016.
Before joining ViableMkts, he served as chief business and product development officer for Eris Exchange. In that role he was responsible for management of product development, sales, marketing, media, and analyst relations. He was also involved in corporate strategy, capital raising and development of strategic partnerships. He joined Eris Exchange in April 2011 as a managing director and the head of product development.
Before joining Eris, he was managing director, global capital markets at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, starting in 2007. He started his career in banking with Lehman Brothers’ fixed income group, where he worked for seven years before moving to Bank of America for four years.
Wolf earned dual bachelor's degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
Wolf participated in the MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in New York at Nasdaq in July of 2016.
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