Chief Executives' Club of Boston
Robert Greifeld, president and CEO of the Nasdaq Stock Market, addresses the BC Chief Executives' Club on recent changes in the global capital market that Nasdaq initiated with its purchase of 25 percent of the London Stock Exchange in early 2006. Greifeld states that a consolidation of global markets is upcoming, and explains the timing of these future mergers and acquisitions. Greifeld joined Nasdaq as its CEO in May 2003 after a 20-year career in electronic stock trading. Nasdaq, started in 1971, is the oldest electronic stock exchange in the world.
Greifeld is introduced by Sean Healey, president and CEO of Affiliated Managers Group, after welcoming remarks by Peter Rollins, executive director of corporate and government affairs at the Carroll School of Management at Boston College and president of the Chief Executives' Club of Boston.
Date: September 12, 2006
Location: Boston College Chief Executives' Club
Sponsor(s): Chief Executives' Club of Boston