Exchange’s Charlotte Croswell is set to step down as chief exec on May 1
Global exchange group Nasdaq has put three
key senior employees of its European rates exchange NLX at risk
of redundancy, less than a week after the firm said CEO
Charlotte Crosswell will step down next month.
NLX’s Stuart Deel-Smith,
senior managing director for market structure and product
development, Darren Butler, director of business development
and Toby Bryans, director of onboarding, have been put at risk
of redundancy this week.
A Nasdaq spokesperson for the exchange
confirmed the news Friday.
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