MarketAxess, the operator of an electronic trading platform for US and European high-grade corporate bonds, emerging markets bonds and other types of fixed-income securities, has announced that James Rucker has been named chief operations, credit and risk officer and Antonio DeLise will succeed him as chief financial officer (CFO).
DeLise was head of accounting and finance, where he was responsible for financial regulatory compliance and oversight of all controllership and accounting functions. Prior to joining MarketAxess in July 2006, he served for 11 years as CFO of PubliCard. From July 1983 through March 1995, he was a senior manager for Arthur Andersen. DeLise holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Fairfield University.
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