TP ICAP appoints Mark Hemsley as Non-Exec Director

Maria Nikolova

Mr Hemsley, who has an extensive career in the European capital markets, will assume the position of Non-executive Director at TP ICAP with effect from March 16, 2020.

TP ICAP PLC (LON:TCAP) today announces the appointment of Mark Hemsley as Non-executive Director and as a member of TP ICAP’s Risk and Nominations & Governance Committees. Mr Hemsley will assume the positions effective March 16, 2020.

Mr Hemsley has had an extensive and distinguished career in European capital markets. He was President of Cboe Europe, the European arm of Cboe Global Markets Inc. until his recent retirement. Before that he was a founding employee of Bats Europe in 2008 and, in 2011, Mr Hemsley led the acquisition and integration of Chi-X Europe, building the organisation into the largest stock exchange in Europe. Bats was acquired by Cboe Global Markets in 2017 and Mr Hemsley assumed the role of President, Cboe Europe.

Prior to joining Bats, Mr Hemsley was Managing Director and Chief Information Officer at LIFFE, running its Market Solutions group.

Commenting on Mark Hemsley’s appointment, Richard Berliand, Chairman of TP ICAP plc, said: “We are very pleased to welcome Mark to the Board of the Company. He brings substantial experience from his executive career and will be able to draw on his extensive markets and infrastructure experience in his role on the Board.”

As FinanceFeeds has reported, in February this year, TP ICAP announced the appointment of Angela Crawford-Ingle to the role of Non-executive Director and a member of the Company’s Audit, Risk, and Nominations and Governance Committees. Ms Crawford-Ingle will assume the positions with effect from March 16, 2020.

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