News: World Federation of Exchanges appoints Vikram Limaye as the Chairman and Director on the Board

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World Federation of Exchanges appoints Vikram Limaye as the Chairman and Director on the Board

Vikram Limaye has been appointed Chairman of the working committee and Director on the Board by the international industry bodyWorld Federation of Exchanges (WFE).
World Federation of Exchanges appoints Vikram Limaye as the Chairman and Director on the Board

National Stock Exchange of India Limited has announced the appointment of Vikram Limaye, Managing Director & CEO, NSE as the Chairman of the Working Committee and Director on the Board of World Federation of Exchanges (WFE). WFE is the global industry association for exchanges and clearing houses, headquartered in London.

Vikram shares “I feel privileged to be appointed as the WFE Working Committee Chairman and Director on the Board of WFE and look forward to collaborating and working with my colleagues at the Working Committee and the Board during my term.” He further added that as a global industry organization, the WFE discusses virtually every aspect of the capital market: technical, commercial, legal and regulatory. Therefore, he is honored to play a leadership role for an organization which works with standard-setters, policymakers, regulators and government organizations around the world to support and promote the development of fair, transparent, stable and efficient markets."

On Vikram’s appointment Nandini Sukumar, CEO, WFE, shares, “The WFE is pleased to welcome NSE and Mr. Limaye to the WFE Board as Working Committee (WoCo) Chairman.  We look forward to Mr. Limaye’s leadership of the WoCo  at this exciting time for the WFE, as we look to build our mandate and role even further as the voice of the global market infrastructure industry.”

Limaye started his career with Arthur Andersen in 1987, while pursuing his Chartered Accountancy. He has worked with several audits and business advisory services groups of Arthur Andersen, Ernst & Young and the consumer banking group of Citibank. He later went to the US pursue an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, USA. After completing his MBA, he worked in Wall Street, USA for eight years with companies like Credit Suisse, First Boston in a variety of roles in investment banking, capital markets, structured finance and credit portfolio management.

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