David Hoag

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David Hoag
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Occupation Senior Vice President and CIO
Employer OCC
Location Chicago
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David Hoag is a technology executive who joined OCC as senior vice president and chief information officer effective May 1, 2017. He has nearly 25 years of information systems and development experience.[1]

Hoag reports to John Davidson, OCC’s president and COO.

Background[edit]

Before joining OCC, Hoag was the chief technology officer for Halo Investing, Inc., which offers a pre-defined market return trading platform for investors.

He was previously a managing director of clearing technology for CME Group, which he joined in 2003.[2]

Earlier, Hoag held technology roles with Bearing Point Inc. and ObjectWave Corporation.

Education[edit]

Hoag holds a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois.

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