Julia Hoggett is the chief executive officer of the London Stock Exchange (LSE). She joined the exchange in that role in December 2020 after almost seven years at the Financial Conduct Authority. She replaces Nikhil Rathi, who was appointed CEO of the FCA after six years leading the LSE. Denzil Jenkins will continue as interim CEO of LSE until Hoggett joins to ensure a smooth transition.
Hoggett spent seven years at the FCA before joining LSE, most recently as director of market oversight (starting in 2017). She joined the FCA as head of the wholesale banking supervision department in May 2014.
She previously worked in several divisions at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, including head of covered bonds and financial institutions groups flow financing for EMEA. She joined the company in June 2010 as a managing director and head of the FIG Flow Financial Business for EMEA. She was later also made head of covered bonds for EMEA and head of short term fixed income origination in EMEA.
Before joining BAML, Hoggett was a board member and latterly the managing director of DEPFA ACS BANK, the then-largest issuer of Irish Asset Covered Securities. She was also the head of capital markets for the DEPFA BANK Group.
She began her career at JP Morgan as an investment banker in debt capital markets, covering sovereign and sub-sovereign emerging markets clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Hoggett was named one of Financial News’ 100 Most Influential Women in Europe’s Financial Markets in 2010, 2011 and 2012. She was also named on the OUTstanding Top 50 list in 2013 and in its successor the Top 100 list in 2014. She also sits on the FCA’s Executive Diversity Committee as its Gender Champion.
Hoggett earned a degree in Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge University and undertook a research scholarship at Kings College in Cambridge focused on public policy and economic development strategies in East Africa.
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