AppNexus has named Bruce Cooperman as chief financial officer (CFO). Cooperman, who will report to chief executive officer (CEO) Brian O’Kelley, has more than 25 years of financial experience in several sectors of the securities industry encompassing early stage and publicly traded companies.
Prior to joining AppNexus, Cooperman served as CFO of the International Securities Exchange (ISE) and ISE Holdings for more than 10 years, seeing the organisation through its founding, initial public offering (IPO), and the 2007 merger with Eurex.
From 1997 to 1999 Cooperman was senior vice president (SVP) for the Board of Trade of the City of New York (NYBOT,) and CFO of the New York Cotton Exchange (a subsidiary of NYBOT), where he pioneered development of an electronic marketplace for trading US treasury futures contracts. Cooperman is a graduate of the Ohio State University, where he earned a dual degree in Accounting and Computer Science.
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