Jeremy Skule is a New York-based marketing and exchange executive who serves as the executive vice president and chief strategy officer of Nasdaq. He was appointed to that role in January 2021, after having been Nasdaq's chief marketing officer.
Skule will lead the Global Strategy Organization to drive strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, venture investing, and NasdaqNext innovation. He will also continue to oversee Nasdaq’s Marketing and Communications division, now part of Global Strategy.
Since joining Nasdaq in 2012, Skule has led the company's global rebranding and held a leadership role in developing the company’s 2017 strategic pivot to focus on its core strengths in data, analytics and technology. Under Skule’s leadership, his team revamped the company’s lead generation process, redesigned Nasdaq’s digital and social media properties, and introduced a new global thought leadership platform.
Skule was brought to Nasdaq by former Nasdaq CMO John Jacobs.
Prior to joining Nasdaq, Skule held marketing positions with UBS Wealth Management Americas, MF Global and Fleishman-Hillard. He was also with Ruder Finn in a marketing role.
Skule holds a bachelor of arts from Dickinson College and a masters of business administration from The George Washington University in the field of marketing and finance.
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