Cboe poaches BofA’s Tiefenbrun to head European equities unit

Exchange operator Cboe Europe has hired Natan Tiefenbrun as senior vice president, head of European equities.

Tiefenbrun is joining Cboe from Bank of America, where he had worked since 2013 as a managing director. Prior to his time at the investment bank, he was chief executive officer of Turquoise, the London Stock Exchange-owned trading facility.

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Tiefenbrun, who will start his new job in June and be based in London, will report to David Howson, president for Europe and Asia-Pacific at Cboe Global Markets, according to a 6 May press release.

Howson said in a statement that he was “excited to leverage his expertise and extensive industry relationships in support of our strategic growth plans”.

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“Having been a client and partner of Cboe’s equities business for many years, I truly appreciate the value all market participants gain from its thought leadership and focus on product innovation and cutting-edge technology,” Tiefenbrun said in a statement.

“I am looking forward to supporting the team’s continued growth and enhancing its European equities services to benefit all market participants.”

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