David Fisher

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David Fisher
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Occupation CEO
Employer Enova International
Location Chicago
Website www.enova.com

David Fisher is the chief executive officer of Enova International, Inc., the wholly-owned subsidiary of Cash America that operates its e-commerce segment.[1]

Fisher was previously senior vice president at Charles Schwab and president and of optionsXpress, which was acquired by Schwab in September 2011 for $1 billion.[2] He joined the company in 2004 as chief financial officer, before serving as optionsXpress CEO and president from 2007 until the acquisition closed in September 2011..[3]


Fisher joined optionsXpress in 2004 as chief financial officer. Before that, he was the CFO of Potbelly Sandwich Works and also served as the chief financial officer and secretary of Prism Financial Corporation.

Fisher also sits on the board of directors at several companies including:

  • OptionsCity Software, which named him to the board in October 2013[4];
  • Roti Mediterranean Grill, which named him to the board in September 2012;
  • GrubHub, an online food ordering company, which named him to the board in June 2012; and
  • InnerWorkings, Inc., a provider of global print management and promotional solutions, which named Fisher to the company’s board of directors in November 2011. [5];

He is a former director on the board of the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE). [6] [7]


He received his bachelor’s degree in Finance from the University of Illinois at Champaign and his Juris Doctor degree from Northwestern University School of Law. [8]

Fisher is a member of the Illinois Bar.


  1. David Fisher profile. Forbes.
  2. Charles Schwab's optionsXpress Acquisition Expands Options and Futures Growth. Wall Street & Technology.
  3. David A. Fisher. Forbes.
  4. OptionsCity Software Appoints David Fisher to Board of Directors. OptionsCity Software.
  5. David Fisher Joins InnerWorkings' Board of Directors. InnerWorkings Press Release.
  6. Press Release. CBOE.
  7. SEC eyes avalanche of options traffic. Investment News.
  8. David Fisher Joins InnerWorkings Board of Directors. Press Release.