SGX Head New Chair of WFE
Posted by Colin Lambert. Last updated: September 25, 2023
Boon Chye Loh, CEO of Singapore Exchange (SGX) has been named chair of the World Federation of Exchanges for a two-year term at the organisation’s annual general meeting – one of seven board appointments.
Jos Dijsselhof, CEO of SIX Group has been named a vice-chair, also for a two-year term, the same tenure as TMX Group CEO John McKenzie, who has been named Working Committee chair.
Greg Wojciechowski, President and CEO, of Bermuda Stock Exchange,and Fredric Tomczyk, CEO, Cboe Global Markets, have both been names directors of the Americas region for a three-year term, while Hiromi Yamaji, group CEO, Japan Exchange Group, and Byungdoo Sohn, chairman and CEO, Korea Exchange, have been named directors, Asia-Pacific region, also for three years.
“The WFE would like to welcome our new chair, vice chair and Working Committee chair CEOs of Singapore Exchange, SIX Group and TMX Group, respectively,” says Nandini Sukumar, CEO at the WFE. “Their knowledge and experience of the sector will be a great benefit to us as we continue to promote resilient, open and interconnected markets globally, as the voice of the industry. We thank Cboe for their dedication and contribution to the WFE as chair, and look forward to continuing to work with them as a valued board member.”