Ilyevsky was previously managing director of the International Securities Exchange where he oversaw the growth and development of the ISE's equity options markets. He left the exchange when ISE was bought by Nasdaq in 2016.
An employee of ISE starting in early 1999, Ilyevsky also held several key positions in marketing, technology and market operations for the exchange. He also acted as liaison between ISE's customers and the exchange and was involved in the development and implementation of customer-driven system enhancements.
Ilyevsky is a graduate of New York University with BA degrees in economics and politics.
Ilyevsky participated in the MarketsWiki Education World of Opportunity series in New York in 2015.
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