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David A. Hoag

Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

David A. Hoag

David A. Hoag is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at OCC, the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization.

In this role, he leads the entire OCC Information Technology team, ensuring that OCC has the technology infrastructure to provide clearing members with cost-effective risk management solutions while also meeting the heightened expectations of global regulators.

Mr. Hoag is a technology executive with nearly 25 years of information systems and development experience. He previously served as Chief Technology Officer at Halo Investing, Inc., which offers a pre-defined market return trading platform for investors. Before joining Halo, Mr. Hoag was Chief Technology Officer for NextTier Education, a web and mobile-based post-secondary readiness platform that delivers critical information on every two and four-year college in the U.S. Prior to NextTier, he spent 11 years with CME Group, most recently serving as the Managing Director of Post Trade Technology leading the exchange's information technology development teams responsible for all of its clearing and settlement activities.

Mr. Hoag holds a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois.

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