Martin Koopman

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Martin Koopman
Occupation Head of Strategy
Employer NYSE Technologies
Location New York, NY

Martin Koopman is head of strategy for NYSE Technologies at NYSE Euronext.[1] Previously, he spent seven years with Orc Software - last as president of U.S. operations - and left the company in March of 2008 to travel.


Koopman spent five years as president of Cameron Systems[2] and two years with Orc Software[3]following its acquisition of Cameron Systems in 2006.[4][5][6] Prior to Cameron Systems, Koopman worked as a management consultant with The Boston Consulting Group.[7]

After Koopman left Orc, Jesper Alfredsson, vice president of trading solutions, and Steve Lukes, vice president sales, assumed all key management responsibilities. In January 2009, Marty Leamy succeeded Koopman as president.

Professional Associations

Koopman served as a member of the global steering committee of FIX Protocol Ltd. and co-chair of the Americas's committee from 2005-2007.[8]


Koopman graduated from the University of Waikato in Hamilton. His mother is a professor of social gerontology at the University of Waikato. His father is the chairman of Southern Cross Language Institute.[9]


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  2. Demand for International Trading Booms. Wall Street and Technology.
  3. Audentes Technology Deploys Orc Liquidator. Automated Trader.
  4. BIDS Trading Selects CameronFIX to Provide FIX Connectivity for Its Alternative Trading System. The Trade News.
  5. Press Release. Trade Manage.
  6. Press Release. BobsGuide.
  7. Martin Koopman. LinkedIn.
  8. Martin Koopman Elected Co-Chair of FPL. Bobs Guide.
  9. Lauren Kelley, Martin Koopman. The New York Times.