Molly McGregor

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Molly McGregor
Occupation Chief Marketing Officer
Employer Hanweck
Location New York
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Molly McGregor is a financial industry professional who specializes in communications and marketing. She is currently managing director, marketing and communications at Axioma Inc.

Before joining Axioma, McGregor was the chief marketing officer at Hanweck Associates.[1] McGregor has more than fifteen years of experience in financial services including ten years at the International Securities Exchange, where she most recently served as senior vice president of communications, marketing, and government relations.[2][3][4][5]

She left the ISE when it was sold to Nasdaq on June 30, 2016.


McGregor began her career at Bowles Hollowell Connor, a boutique investment bank in Charlotte, North Carolina. It later was acquired by First Union Securities soon after she joined the firm.

After relocating to Los Angeles, she joined the mergers and acquisitions team at Donaldson Lufkin Jenrette (DLJ). DLJ was quickly acquired by Credit Suisse First Boston.

She left Credit Suisse in 2002 and became a policy advisor for the Institute of International Finance.

She joined International Securities Exchange in June 2006 as director of corporate affairs.[6] She was promoted to head of corporate affairs in February of 2011.


She holds a bachelors of arts degree in economics and politics from Washington and Lee University. She is also a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science from with a master of science degree in international political economy.


  1. Hanweck Expands Marketing, Sales and Client Services Teams. Hanweck Associates.
  2. Molly McGregor. LinkedIn.
  3. 35 under 35, Molly McGregor, Director of Corporate Affairs, International Securities Exchange. The Glass Hammer.
  4. OIC Biographies. The Options Industry Council.
  5. ISE Introduces New Corporate Branding. Options Insider.
  6. ISE names Molly McGregor director, corporate affairs. Finextra.