Nasdaq, Inc. (Nasdaq: NDAQ) announced on Tuesday that it had appointed three executives to the Board of Directors of the Nasdaq Stock Market LLC, Nasdaq PHLX LLC, Nasdaq BX, Inc., Nasdaq ISE, LLC, Nasdaq MRX, LLC and Nasdaq GEMX, LLC.

According to the press release, the appointed people were Kathlyn Card Beckles, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary, Verisk  Analytics  , Inc.; Anne Marie Darling, Partner of Global Markets Division at Goldman Sachs; Elizabeth Wideman, the SVP and Senior Deputy General Counsel at Comcast Corporation.

“We are excited to welcome Kathy, Anne Marie and Liz to the U.S.  Exchange  board. Their collective capital markets, governance and regulatory expertise will make an immediate contribution as we continue our journey to deliver liquid, resilient and transparent markets to advance our clients’ investment ideas into fruition,” Thomas A. Kloet, the Chairman of Nasdaq’s U.S. Exchange Board, commented.

New Executive Vice President and Head of Investment Intelligence

Last month, Nasdaq announced the appointment of Oliver Albers, an industry veteran with more than two decades of experience, as Executive Vice President and Head of Investment Intelligence.

In his new role, Albers will make several strategic decisions to drive the growth of the company, as he was at Nasdaq as the Senior Vice President and Global Head of Data for Investment Intelligence. Over the past 22 years, he has worked for Nasdaq. He held a variety of key positions and contributed significantly to Nasdaq’s growth.

“Oliver is an exceptional leader with profound industry expertise, strong client relationships and proven success in product development and market expansion. We have a deep bench of talent at Nasdaq and Oliver has been instrumental in the transformation of Investment Intelligence over the past 20 years. As a well-recognized leader in the development of next-generation data and analytics solutions, market structure and financial technology, Oliver is the right leader to lead the Investment Intelligence business and drive its next phase of growth,” Adena Friedman, the President and Chief Executive Officer at Nasdaq, highlighted at that time.

Nasdaq, Inc. (Nasdaq: NDAQ) announced on Tuesday that it had appointed three executives to the Board of Directors of the Nasdaq Stock Market LLC, Nasdaq PHLX LLC, Nasdaq BX, Inc., Nasdaq ISE, LLC, Nasdaq MRX, LLC and Nasdaq GEMX, LLC.

According to the press release, the appointed people were Kathlyn Card Beckles, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary, Verisk  Analytics  , Inc.; Anne Marie Darling, Partner of Global Markets Division at Goldman Sachs; Elizabeth Wideman, the SVP and Senior Deputy General Counsel at Comcast Corporation.

“We are excited to welcome Kathy, Anne Marie and Liz to the U.S.  Exchange  board. Their collective capital markets, governance and regulatory expertise will make an immediate contribution as we continue our journey to deliver liquid, resilient and transparent markets to advance our clients’ investment ideas into fruition,” Thomas A. Kloet, the Chairman of Nasdaq’s U.S. Exchange Board, commented.

New Executive Vice President and Head of Investment Intelligence

Last month, Nasdaq announced the appointment of Oliver Albers, an industry veteran with more than two decades of experience, as Executive Vice President and Head of Investment Intelligence.

In his new role, Albers will make several strategic decisions to drive the growth of the company, as he was at Nasdaq as the Senior Vice President and Global Head of Data for Investment Intelligence. Over the past 22 years, he has worked for Nasdaq. He held a variety of key positions and contributed significantly to Nasdaq’s growth.

“Oliver is an exceptional leader with profound industry expertise, strong client relationships and proven success in product development and market expansion. We have a deep bench of talent at Nasdaq and Oliver has been instrumental in the transformation of Investment Intelligence over the past 20 years. As a well-recognized leader in the development of next-generation data and analytics solutions, market structure and financial technology, Oliver is the right leader to lead the Investment Intelligence business and drive its next phase of growth,” Adena Friedman, the President and Chief Executive Officer at Nasdaq, highlighted at that time.