Andy Nybo

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Andy Nybo
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Occupation Director, Exchange Vertical research
Employer Burton-Taylor International Consulting
Location Charleston, South Carolina
Twitter @tabbman
LinkedIn Profile
Website http://www.burton-taylor.com

Andy Nybo is a derivatives executive and head of the exchange and transaction venue research division for Burton-Taylor International Consulting, which was acquired by TP ICAP at the end of 2016.[1]

Previously, he was a partner and global co-head of research and consulting at TABB Group, along with Anthony J. Perrotta, Jr. Nybo directed all aspects of TABB’s research activities including equities, listed derivatives, fixed income and technology. He was promoted to that position from principal in August of 2015.[2] He has been with TABB since August 2006. He also serves as a lead consultant for derivatives-related consulting assignments and provides counsel to clients on the use of technology on derivatives trading desks. [3][4]

He was also on the TABB's executive management committee.

Background

Nybo has more than 25 years of experience in the global capital markets. His published research includes: “Exchange-Traded Equity Derivatives: The Buy-Side's Increasing Exposure”; “Cross-Asset Trading Systems: Controlling the Trader's Desktop”; and “Global Exchanges and Depository Receipts: Can They Coexist?” [5]

Before coming to TABB Group, Nybo was head of marketing and communications at MarketAxess. Prior to that, he was senior analyst at Tower Group and before that vice president, research at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA).

Education

State University of New York at Albany.

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