Eric W. Noll
Eric W. Noll

President & Chief Executive Officer
Convergex

Prior to joining Convergex in 2013, Mr. Noll was Executive Vice President, Transaction Services at NASDAQ OMX, Inc., where he was responsible for all U.S and U.K. equity, options and futures exchanges – NASDAQ, NOM, PHLX, PSX, BX, BX Options, NFX and NLX. In this role, Mr. Noll helped manage and grow all relationships with broker-dealers and investors (buy side) for equities, options and futures.
 
Among his many accomplishments at NASDAQ OMX, Mr. Noll launched NASDAQ Liquidity Exchange (NLX) in London and led the re-platforming of NASDAQ Futures Exchange. He was also responsible for Espeed and the NASDAQ fixed income business as well as all access services revenue lines including co-location, ports, memberships, cross-connects, microwave offering, pre-trade risk management, the Trade-Reporting Facility (TRF), FTEN and FinQloud. He also managed the largest revenue and profit business inside NASDAQ OMX and led the exchange’s acquisitions of FTEN and Espeed.
 
From 1994-2009, Mr. Noll was Managing Director with Susquehanna International Group, where he managed external and exchange relationships and was responsible for strategic planning and new product development. He started and managed the firm’s institutional sales business (options and equities), institutional research business and investment banking business as well as acquired NYSE specialist operations and CBOE/PHLX options specialists.
 
From 1993-1994, Mr. Noll was with the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, where he was Assistant Vice President – Strategic Planning and New Product Development, and from 1990-1993, he was Manager, Strategic Planning at the Chicago Board Options Exchange.
 
Mr. Noll earned his Masters of Business Administration from Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, with a finance concentration. He received his A.B. from Franklin and Marshall College, with a double major in government and economics. Mr. Noll holds a Series 7, 63 and 24. Mr. Noll is Chairman of the Finance Committee at Franklin and Marshall College as well as a member of its Executive Committee. He is also a member of the Board of Visitors, Owen Graduate School of Management and a member of the Board of Trustees, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (PAFA).