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== Background ==
 
== Background ==
  
Lowrey began his financial-services career in the London office of investment banker [[Goldman Sachs]], where he eventually directed its [[equity-trading]] operations. He later served as head of [[electronic trading]] at now-defunct [[Lehman Brothers]] and as head of European sales at [[Knight Securities]]. He also co-founded global [[hedge fund]] [[Weiss International Management]]. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.chi-x.com/chi-x-press-releases/Chi-X-Global-Mackay-Lowrey.pdf|name=Chi-X Global Names Tony Mackay Chairman and John Lowrey CEO|org=Chi-X|date=August 19, 2009}}</ref>== Education ==
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Lowrey began his financial-services career in the London office of investment banker [[Goldman Sachs]], where he eventually directed its [[equity-trading]] operations. He later served as head of [[electronic trading]] at now-defunct [[Lehman Brothers]] and as head of European sales at [[Knight Securities]]. He also co-founded global [[hedge fund]] [[Weiss International Management]]. <ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.chi-x.com/chi-x-press-releases/Chi-X-Global-Mackay-Lowrey.pdf|name=Chi-X Global Names Tony Mackay Chairman and John Lowrey CEO|org=Chi-X|date=August 19, 2009}}</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 21:48, 12 July 2010


John Lowrey
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Occupation CEO
Employer [[Chi-X Global]]
Location London
Website www.chi-x.com



[[Category:Chi-X Global - Current Employees]] [[Category:Chi-X Global]]

John Lowrey was named Chi-X Global's new CEO in March 2009, replacing former CEO Tony Mackay, who became chairman. Lowrey was previously managing director of Tokyo-based financial services giant Nomura International, which owns Chi-X Global's majority holder Instinet.

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Background

Lowrey began his financial-services career in the London office of investment banker Goldman Sachs, where he eventually directed its equity-trading operations. He later served as head of electronic trading at now-defunct Lehman Brothers and as head of European sales at Knight Securities. He also co-founded global hedge fund Weiss International Management. [1]

References

  1. Chi-X Global Names Tony Mackay Chairman and John Lowrey CEO. Chi-X.