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World Federation of Exchanges General Assembly Elects New Chairman, Admits New Members
Oct 29, 2014
BATS Global Markets, Bahrain Bourse, Euronext and The Nigerian Stock Exchange accepted as members at the 54th Meeting in Seoul
 
(28 October 2014, Seoul) – Today, at the World Federation of Exchanges’ (WFE) General Assembly in Seoul, Korea, Chairmen and Chief Executives from more than 50 of the world’s leading exchanges gathered to make a number of important decisions for the future of the organization. The annual Assembly represents the largest and most widely attended gathering of global exchange leaders. 
 
The General Assembly elected and approved new WFE officers and board members, led by new Chairman Juan Pablo Cordoba, CEO of Bolsa de Valores de Colombia. Ravi Narain, Vice Chairman of the National Stock Exchange of India, was elected Vice Chairman of WFE while the Chairman of the Working Committee will be Dr. Urs Rüegsegger, Chairman of SIX Swiss Exchange. The new board officers serve two-year terms.
 
Mr. Cordoba said: “I am honored to be elected chairman of an organization which unites exchanges from around the world. Looking to the future you will see WFE become a stronger voice in public debates and working to serve all of its members. WFE members are committed to ensuring that regulated exchanges continue to innovate in order to further enhance the safety, stability and integrity of the markets. In my role as Chairman, I look forward to working with WFE members and global regulators to maintain our strong commitment to creating well-functioning markets that contribute to the financial landscape.” 
 
Mr Andreas Preuss, Chairman of WFE for the last two years, said: “We move forward with WFE now entering a new era.  It has been a constructive time of transition for the organization, moving to London from Paris and repositioning ourselves for the future. I welcome the new chairman and look forward to WFE’s continuing progress as it seeks to advocate the exchange cause globally.’’
 
New WFE Member Exchanges  
The WFE General Assembly approved the membership of BATS Global Markets, Bahrain Bourse, Euronext and the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Together with these new members, WFE membership includes 64 regulated exchanges.  
 
WFE Elects 2015 Board of Directors 
The General Assembly also elected its new Board of Directors for 2015.  A list of the directors is included below.
 
WFE Board of Directors 2015 
 
Chairman 
Juan Pablo Cordoba, CEO, Bolsa de Valores de Colombia
 
Vice Chairman
Ravi Narain, Vice Chairman, National Stock Exchange of India
 
Chairman of the Working Committee
Dr. Urs Rüegsegger, Chairman of SIX Swiss Exchange
 
Americas
Edemir Pinto, CEO, BM&FBOVESPA 
Luis Téllez, Chairman and CEO, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores
William J. Brodsky, Executive Chairman, CBOE Holdings
Phupinder Gill, CEO, CME Group
Sandy Frucher, Vice Chairman, Nasdaq
 
Asia-Pacific
Chow Chung Kong, Chairman, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing
Atsushi Saito, Group CEO, Japan Exchange Group
Kyungsoo Choi, Chairman & CEO, Korea Exchange 
Gui Minjie, Chairman, Shanghai Stock Exchange 
Sush-der Lee, Chairman, Taiwan Stock Exchange
 
Europe - Middle East - Africa  
Andreas Preuss, Deputy CEO, Deutsche Börse AG
Nicky Newton-King, CEO, Johannesburg Stock Exchange
Rashid Bin Ali Al Mansoori, CEO, Qatar Stock Exchange
Sunil Benimadhu, Chief Executive, Stock Exchange of Mauritius
 


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