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Meyer S. Frucher

Vice Chairman, NASDAQ Inc.

Meyer S. Frucher

Meyer "Sandy" Frucher is Vice Chairman of The NASDAQ Group. In this role, Mr. Frucher is responsible for developing global exchange relationships and serves as an advisor to the NASDAQ senior management team. He joined the exchange after NASDAQ acquired The Philadelphia Stock Exchange in 2008, where he was Chairman and CEO since June, 1998.

Mr. Frucher also has a distinguished career in city, state, and federal government, including serving as the chief labor negotiator for New York State, CEO of Battery Park City Authority, and CEO of the School Construction Authority.

Mr. Frucher is the founding chairman and trustee emeritus of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. He also sits on the Boards of the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the Options Clearing Corporation, the World Federation of Exchanges and Sirius Group.

Mr. Frucher is an Exchange Director on OCC's Board of Directors and serves on the Compensation and Performance Committee and Governance and Nominating Committee.

 

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