Greg Maynard

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Greg Maynard
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Greg Maynard is an exchange executive with experience in the U.S. and Australia.

Formerly, he was a technical architect and business analyst and project manager for Chi-X Australia.

He was also previously the System & Product Strategy Officer of International Securities Exchange (ISE).[1][2]

Background

From 1983 to 1999, he worked with the Australian Stock Exchange, most recently as a business analyst responsible for member firms' connectivity to the trading system, acting as the primary facilitator between the members, system developers and ASX management. ASX was one of the first options markets to shift from floor to screen trading. In previous positions at ASX, Maynard was responsible for the functionality and maintenance of the OM CLICK trading system. From 1980 to 1983, he was with Telecom Australia, where he was responsible for support and maintenance of mainframe-based operating system software.

Education

Maynard holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science from Monash University in Melbourne.

References

  1. ISE launches Optimise for its options market, Greg Maynard. Deutsche Boerse.
  2. Management Team. International Securities Exchange.
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