David P. Warren
|David P. Warren|
|Occupation||Chief Financial Officer|
|Employer||London Stock Exchange|
Warren served as CFO at Nasdaq OMX from 2001-2009. He joined Nasdaq in January 2001 as its chief administrative officer. He stepped down from that position in July 2009. Adena Friedman, Nasdaq's executive vice president of corporate strategy and global data products, took over the position. Warren remained with the company through the end of 2009. Following that, he spent two years as a senior adviser to the CEO of NASDAQ OMX.
Warren joined NASDAQ from the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA), where he was chief financial officer. While there, he led the efforts to raise nearly $7 billion to finance the acquisition of the Long Island Lighting Company. He managed seven separate debt offerings over a five-month period, including a $3.5 billion issue of tax-exempt bonds, the largest single offering ever sold in the municipal market. The Institutional Investor and Euromoney magazine named this issue “Deal of the Year.” 
Before his appointment at LIPA, he served as deputy treasurer of the State of Connecticut.
Earlier, he was a vice president at CS First Boston, where he specialized in the financing of infrastructure, economic development, and transportation projects for state and local governments. 
He holds an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management and a B.A. from Wesleyan University.
- LSE lines up interim chief in case of abrupt Xavier Rolet exit. The Financial Times.
- Nasdaq OMX Group CFO to step down in July. Forbes.com.
- Biography of David P. Warren. Sec.gov.
- Executive Team. London Stock Exchange.