Cboe Global Markets adds three new Executives to its Markets division

BIS announces key appointments in Singapore and Switzerland

Cboe Global Markets, Inc. has announced it has added three new Executives to its Markets division. Arianne Criqui has been added as Senior Vice President, Head of Options and Business Development, Robert Hocking will serve as a Senior Vice President, Head of Derivatives Strategy, and Matthew McFarland has been promoted to Vice President, Head of Futures, Cboe Futures Exchange (CFE).

We are thrilled to welcome Arianne and Rob, two exceptional, long-time derivatives industry professionals with a wealth of experience,to our team. We are also pleased to recognize Matt, a veteran of Cboe, for the significant impact he continues to make in leading our futures business,” said Bryan Harkins, Executive Vice President, Co-Head Markets Division at Cboe Global Markets. “We are confident that Rob’s strategic vision, combined with Arianne and Matt’s leadership of our options and futures business lines respectively, will drive even greater growth in our derivatives franchise.

Arianne, Rob and Matt are veterans of the options and futures industries and bring to Cboe not only a deep understanding of our products and markets, but proven track records in growing business and building customer networks,” said Andy Lowenthal, Executive Vice President, Co-Head Markets Division at Cboe Global Markets. “We believe their appointments to key leadership roles at Cboe optimizes the alignment of our team resources with the needs of our customers and will further accelerate the growth of our vibrant derivatives product line.

Arianne Criqui comes from Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS). Before this, she held executive sales positions at Capstone Investment Advisors and Merrill Lynch.

Rob Hocking has been a member of Cboe Options Exchange for almost 20 years and most recently served as Global Head of Equity Volatility Trading at DRW Trading Group. Prior to DRW, he also held positions at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS).

Matt McFarland comes from the giant JP Morgan (NYSE:JPM), where he spent 10 years in equity derivative sales. 

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