Eric W. Noll
Eric W. Noll is president and CEO of ConvergEx Group. He began as president on November 26, 2013, and assumed the CEO position at the end of 2013 upon the retirement of ConvergEx CEO Joseph M. Velli. Noll will leave ConvergEx after its deal to be sold to Cowen & Co closes.
In his role as the executive vice president of transaction services, Noll covered Nasdaq OMX's U.S. equity and options markets, as well as its derivatives ventures, including the International Derivatives Clearing Group, a new facility set up to clear interest rate swap trades.
Prior to this, Noll was a managing director and global head of strategic relationships at Susquehanna International Group, a job that included handling the company's relationships with financial exchanges. He also created Susquehanna's investment banking department and developed an institutional research department. Prior to his time at Susquehanna, Noll held positions at the former Philadelphia Stock Exchange and the Chicago Board Options Exchange. 
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Noll graduated from Franklin and Marshall College with a Bachelor of Arts and a double major in Economics and Government. He went on to receive his Master of Business Administration from the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University with a focus on Finance. Noll continues to be active at both institutions as a Trustee of Franklin and Marshall College and a Member of the Board of Visitors at Owen Graduate School of Management.
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