Laura Morrison

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Laura Morrison
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Occupation Senior Vice President, Global Head of Listings
Employer Cboe Global Markets
Location New York City
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Laura Morrison is Senior Vice President, Global Head of Listings at Cboe Global Markets. Bats, her former company, was acquired by CBOE Holdings on February 28, 2017 and became Cboe Global Markets.


Laura was senior vice president, global head of exchange-traded products at BATS Global Markets. She was appointed to that position in April, 2015, after having spent 20 years as an executive at the New York Stock Exchange.[1]

Morrison worked for 20 years at the New York Stock Exchange, most recently as senior vice president, global index and exchange-traded products, leading the team which managed ETF listings and trading as well as the NYSE index business.[2]

She began her career at Barnett Bank in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and also spent two years as a specialist on the NYSE floor at CMJ Partners L.P.


She is a graduate of Western Michigan University.


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