Jon Robson

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Jon Robson
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Occupation President, Enterprise Division
Employer Thomson Reuters
Location London
Website www.thomsonreuters.com

Jon Robson is CEO of NYSE Technologies, the data service and market connectivity segment of NYSE Euronext. [1] He was appointed to the position on September 12, 2012. The position had been vacant since former CEO Stanley Young left the firm in May 2012 to become head of enterprise products and solutions unit at Bloomberg.[2]

Robson has been a member of board of managers of Omgeo LLC. since June 2008. He serves on the boards of the New York City Investment Fund, The Partnership for New York and the British American Business Institute. Also, he served as a non executive director of ICAP plc since 1997.[3][4]

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Before joining NYSE, Robson was the president of the enterprise division of Thomson Reuters, where he led the development of its market data and trading services segment.[5]

Prior to Thomson/Reuters merger in May 2007, he served as president of Reuters Americas. He has led Reuters business in the United States, South America and Canada.

He founded financial services firm MoneyLine, a firm specializing in electronic fixed income transaction systems, analytics, real time internet messaging and financial content delivery. As president, he led the acquisition of Telerate. From 1997 to 2003, Robson served as CEO and president of Moneyline Telerate, until he sold the company to Reuters for $175 million.

Earlier in his career, Robson was with BIS Banking Services, now Misys, in Europe and Asia, where he managed their financial technology businesses. He served also served as an executive vice president of Dow Jones Markets based in New York.

He also served as a senior vice president of Telerate from 1987 to 1997.

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