Alain Miquelon

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Alain Miquelon
Location Montréal
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Alain Miquelon is the former president and chief executive officer of the Montreal Exchange, a part of TMX Group. He was also TMX's group head of derivatives. He was appointed to those roles on July 1, 2009, and left the company in August of 2016 to pursue other opportunities.[1] [2]

Miquelon was also the managing director of the Canadian Derivatives Clearing Corporation (CDCC), the Montréal Exchange's clearing subsidiary. He oversaw the Montréal Exchange, the CDCC and Shorcan Brokers Limited.


Miquelon was the executive vice president, chief operating officer and head of strategic development of the Montréal Exchange from February 2009 to June 2009.

Miquelon joined MX as executive vice-president, chief financial officer and head of strategy in 2007 and oversaw the integration of MX and TSX Group, completed in 2008. He has also served as the secretary of the Montréal Exchange's joint audit committee.

From 2000 to 2007, Miquelon was the chief operating officer and executive vice president of corporate development, and chief financial officer at Mediagrif Technologies, a B2B internet-based services company. Prior to that, in worked in financial management for Memotec Communications, ScotiaMcLeod and Arthur Andersen.[3]

Miquelon sits on the non-profit boards of International Financial Centre of Montréal, Finance Montréal – Quebec’s financial cluster, Canadian INSEAD Foundation, and Lighthouse Children and Families.


Miquelon is a chartered accountant, and earned a bachelor's degree in administration from HEC Montréal, an affiliated business school of Université de Montréal, and a master's degree in business administration from INSEAD in France.[4]


  1. TMX Group Announces Executive Management Change. TMX via Mondovisione.
  2. Canadian stock exchange operator TMX says derivatives head leaves. Reuters.
  3. Management Team. Montréal Exchange.
  4. Alain Miquelon. TMX Group.