The International Stock Exchange (TISE) has appointed a new Non-Executive Director of its regulatory arm.
Adrienne Muir will combine her new position at The International Stock Exchange Authority Limited (TISEA) with her role as Chief Operating Officer of VoxSmart Limited, a provider of mobile surveillance technology in financial services.
Mark Tubby, Chairman of TISEA, said: “I am delighted to welcome Adrienne to the Board of TISEA. She brings significant experience in financial markets infrastructure, change management and organisational development, which will be hugely valuable in further developing the company as an operator and regulator of a leading international exchange.”
Mrs Muir has over 20 years’ market experience working for exchanges and financial technology firms in both New Zealand and the UK. She is a founding Director and Chair of Women in Listed Derivatives (WILD UK), which was launched in 2009 with the goal of highlighting industry role models and encouraging career advancement for women in listed and OTC derivatives.
“I am delighted to be joining TISEA at a time of successful development and growth for the company and significant technological changes in the wider markets. Exchanges have been a large part of my career and I look forward to working with my fellow Board members and our teams, our members and all our stakeholders to further enhance the offering of TISE," she said.
Jon Moulton, Chairman of TISEA’s parent company, The International Stock Exchange Group Limited (TISEG), said: “I am pleased to welcome Adrienne to the group. Her experience of exchanges and financial markets technology will be a significant asset as we seek to further develop and grow the business in 2019 and beyond.”
The TISEA Board now comprises Mr Tubby and Mrs Muir, as well as Executive Directors Mark Nicol (Managing Director), Jonathan Richards and Robbie Andrade.
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