Bo Chung

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Bo Chung
Occupation Senior Vice President, Global Sales and Index Licensing
Employer Cboe Global Markets

Bo Chung is a long-time veteran of the financial services industry who is currently senior vice president, global sales and index licensing at Cboe Global Markets. He joined the company in that role in October 2021. He is responsible for overseeing the strategic growth and adoption of Cboe's holistic Data and Access Solutions offering.[1]


Chung has been in the financial services industry for 30 years, holding several senior leadership roles and managing teams across continents. Before joining Cboe, he served as an independent strategic advisor to select start-ups in the early and growth stages.

Earlier, he was managing director, global head of sales and relationship management at S&P Dow Jones Indices, where he worked for more than two decades. In that role, he led a team of 50 global sales and relationship managers and was responsible for business expansion, revenue growth and strategic partnership development. Prior to that role, Chung was managing director, business development, sales and marketing.



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