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Frank Troise is the chief executive officer and president of ITG. He joined ITG in January 2016 from [[J.P. Morgan]], where he was head of J.P. Morgan Execution Services, a global cross-asset execution group. Previously, he was global head of electronic trading at Barclays Capital and head of U.S. electronic trading at [[Lehman Brothers]].
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Frank Troise is the chief executive officer and president of [[ITG]]. He joined ITG in January 2016 from [[J.P. Morgan]], where he was head of J.P. Morgan Execution Services, a global cross-asset execution group. Previously, he was global head of electronic trading at [[Barclays Capital]] and head of U.S. electronic trading at [[Lehman Brothers]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.itg.com/about/management/|name=Management|org=ITG|date=November 7, 2018}}</ref>
  
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== Background ==
 
Before joining Lehman, he spent eight years at ITG, including serving as managing director in charge of client site sales and trading. He has also held management consulting positions at Booz Allen and Accenture. He previously served on the boards of BIDS Holdings, Chi-X Global Holdings, and Neovest.
 
Before joining Lehman, he spent eight years at ITG, including serving as managing director in charge of client site sales and trading. He has also held management consulting positions at Booz Allen and Accenture. He previously served on the boards of BIDS Holdings, Chi-X Global Holdings, and Neovest.
 
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== Education ==
 
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Troise earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering at Boston University, a master of science in operations research at Columbia University, and an MBA at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
 
Troise earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering at Boston University, a master of science in operations research at Columbia University, and an MBA at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

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Francis Troise
Occupation Chief Executive Officer and President
Employer ITG

Frank Troise is the chief executive officer and president of ITG. He joined ITG in January 2016 from J.P. Morgan, where he was head of J.P. Morgan Execution Services, a global cross-asset execution group. Previously, he was global head of electronic trading at Barclays Capital and head of U.S. electronic trading at Lehman Brothers.[1]

Background

Before joining Lehman, he spent eight years at ITG, including serving as managing director in charge of client site sales and trading. He has also held management consulting positions at Booz Allen and Accenture. He previously served on the boards of BIDS Holdings, Chi-X Global Holdings, and Neovest.

Education

Troise earned a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering at Boston University, a master of science in operations research at Columbia University, and an MBA at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.

References

  1. Management. ITG.