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Hans-Ole Jochumsen

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{{Infobox Person
|employer = Nasdaq
|job = Vice Chairman(retired)
|loc = Stockholm
|name = Hans-Ole Jochumsen <!-- Person's name (required) -->
Hans-Ole Jochumsen is was vice chairman of [[Nasdaq]]. He took over that role on from January 1, 2017, having to his retirement in the fall of 2018. He had previously been president, global trading and market services.
In the role of president, he oversaw cash and [[derivatives]] within equities and the [[fixed income]], [[currency]] and commodities area (FICC).<ref>{{cite web|url=|name=Hans-Ole Jachumsen|org=Nasdaq OMX|date=May 12, 2014}}</ref>
In January 2019 Coindesk reported that Jochumsen had joined the advisory board of Concordium Foundation, the Swiss non-profit developing a cryptocurrency with a built-in compliance function.
Jochumsen had a major role in many of the acquisitions under former Nasdaq chief executive [[Bob Greifeld]], including the $400 million acquisition of Chi-X Canada and the $1.1 billion deal for International Securities Exchange in 2016. He also launched Nasdaq’s energy futures market.<ref>{{cite web|url=|name=Nasdaq senior executive to retire|org=The Financial Times|date=October 10, 2017}}</ref>