John Gage III

From MarketsWiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Nyse-n.gif


John Gage III
John-gage-iii.jpg
Occupation Sales Director, NYSE Technologies
Employer Intercontinental Exchange
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile
Website http://www.theice.com

John Gage III is sales director, global connectivity for NYSE Technologies, a subsidiary of the Intercontinental Exchange. He was previously a director of sales at AlgoFast, a technology company that offers algorithmic trading tools focused on economic events.[1]

Background[edit]

Before joining AlgoFast, Gage was in business development for Chicago-based CTS Futures, a front-end trading screen provider to the futures U.S. futures industry.

Gage has also been an account manager with CQG, a privately-held quote vendor and trading platform provider headquartered in Colorado.

He also worked in business development for Thomson Reuters, a public company in the information technology and services industry.

Education[edit]

Gage graduated from Marquette University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1993.

References[edit]

  1. LinkedIn Profile. LinkedIn.
John Lothian News logo1.png

JLN News Feed

Options volatility bounces back on Evergrande, Fed taper talk; John’s Take previews FIA’s IDX; How does the VIX calculate vol? – The Spread – September 24, 2021
- Options markets see spike in volatility, but ride out China Evergrande Group's troubles, Federal Reserve taper expectations;- John’s Take gives a sneak peek at the FIA IDX 2021 conference and...

View Page

Alan van Griethuysen’s Dutch Path to Electronic Trading
Alan van Griethuysen wanted to be an officer in the Netherlands Royal Army, following in the footsteps of his father, who was a full colonel in the military police.However, when he took a one-year...

View Page

Zubin Ramdarshan Talks About Eurex’s Bitcoin ETN Futures with John Lothian News
In this edition of the JLN European Market Podcast series we are talking to Zubin Ramdarshan of Eurex about Eurex's recently launched bitcoin ETN futures.

View Page

People’s Bank of China
In its biggest crackdown on the industry yet, the People’s Bank of China banned all cryptocurrency transactions and said it would root out mining of digital assets.

View Page

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