People Moves: WFE, MSCI, Broadway Technology, Tora and more

A look at some of the key "people moves" from this week, including Ed Tilly (pictured), who has been appointed chairman of the World Federation of Exchanges.

Ed Tilly

WFE elects new directors of the board, Cboe’s Ed Tilly to serve as chairman

Cboe Global Markets chairman, president and chief executive officer Ed Tilly has been appointed chairman of the World of Federation of Exchanges, the global industry group for exchanges and clearinghouses around the world. Tilly was previously vice chairman of the WFE from 2018 to 2021.

As chairman of the WFE, he will work with WFE chief executive Nandini Sukumar and board and members to advance the organization’s

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