Steve Sladoje

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Steve Sladoje
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Occupation Chief Operating Officer at Nasdaq Futures, Inc
Employer Nasdaq
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.nasdaq.com

Steve Sladoje is a Chicago-based exchange executive who serves as the chief operating officer at MaterialsXchange. He joined the company in that role in November of 2020.[1]

He was previously the COO of Nasdaq Futures, Inc.[2] and worked at Nasdaq for 10 years.

Background[edit]

Sladoje was named to his the position of COO of Nasdaq Futures in April of 2017. He had been head of product management and development for Nasdaq Futures before that. He has also been the chief financial officer of Nasdaq OMX Commodities Clearing.

He was a director of finance and settlements for North American Energy Credit and Clearing Corp, which was acquired by Nasdaq in March 2010.[3]

He was also a partner in GBar Limited Partnership.

Education[edit]

Sladoje holds a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Washington University in St. Louis. He also holds a masters of business administration in finance from Northwestern University - Kellogg School of Management.

References[edit]

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