Donald Ross III

From MarketsWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search



Donald Ross III
Ross Don 2.jpg
Occupation Chief Executive Officer
Employer PDQ Enterprises
Location Glenview, Ill.

Donald Ross III is the CEO of PDQ Enterprises, the holding company of CODA Markets, Inc. (formerly PDQ ATS). He succeeded his father, D. Keith Ross, Jr., as CEO in October 2016. (Keith Ross became executive chairman of the company.) [1]

Background[edit]

Before joining PDQ Enterprises, Ross spent most of his career at GETCO (now KCG Holdings), where he served as head of North American equity trading, overseeing trading and technology development for liquidity services across all listed securities in the U.S. and Canada.

He started his career as a summer intern with GETCO in 2001.

John Lothian News Interview[edit]

Read Jim Kharouf's interview with Don Ross here.

Education[edit]

Ross holds a B.S. in Learning and Organizational Change from Northwestern University.[2]

References[edit]

John Lothian News logo1.png

JLN News Feed

Risk Appetites Revitalized in Supercharged U.S. Equities Rebound
Observations & Insight CME has a deal with QuickStrike to provide all sorts of analytics tools, including an options calculator which “generates fair value prices and Greeks for a...

View Page

Sharon Y. Bowen
Former CFTC Commissioner Sharon Bowen, an ICE and NYSE Board Member, is slated to become the next chair of the New York Stock Exchange, taking over from Jeffrey Sprecher.

View Page

U.S. risks ‘chilling’ regulations on crypto, industry warns Congress
First Read $54,406/$300,000 (18.1%) ++++ FIA Asia-V: Facing Challenges of Pandemic, Opportunities in Retail, ESG and Crypto By Suzanne Cosgrove – John Lothian News Much like its Western c...

View Page

FIA ASIA-V: Major Exchange Leaders Highlight Growth, Vibrancy in Asia
The leaders of three of the major Asian exchanges spoke separately in keynote addresses on the first day of FIA Asia Expo-V. They talked about the rapid change in the financial industry over the pa...

View Page

We visit more than 100 websites daily for financial news (Would YOU do that?). Read the John Lothian Newsletter.