Contributor Bio

Lisa Dallmer

Position Title: Chief Operating Officer, European Cash Market Execution Services

Lisa Dallmer is Chief Operating Officer of European Cash Market Execution Services for NYSE Euronext.

In this capacity, she is responsible for managing the services for equity and fixed income markets operations in Europe. These businesses are composed of several dimensions such as market and systems operations, micro-markets structure, liquidity provider programs, order book surveillance monitoring, Exchange Traded Products, Global Index Group, and business development. In this role the company delivers multiple products, for example, the Regulated Market place, SmartPool, NYSE Arca Europe, and TCS, into our client base using a common operations architecture. She has over sight of people in multiple locations: Paris, NY, Amsterdam, London, Brussels, and Lisbon.

Prior to her current position, Ms. Dallmer served as EVP of Global Exchange Traded Products & Index Services for NYSE Euronext, responsible for driving the global expansion of trading and listing services for the Exchange Traded Products and for direct oversight of the Lead Market Maker program for all new primary listed securities on NYSE Arc.

Prior to joining NYSE Euronext, Ms. Dallmer held various positions at Archipelago since 2001, until the company’s merger with New York Stock Exchange in 2006, becoming NYSE Group, Inc.

Ms, Dallmer has been a member of the Women's Bond Club, a non-profit networking organization for women on Wall Street, since 1995 and recently served as the Club’s Co-President President of the Board of Directors during her eight year term on the Board.  She is currently a Director on the Borough of Manhattan Community College Foundation board.  Ms. Dallmer is also served as a collegiate advisor to the Delta Gamma chapter at Columbia University.

Ms. Dallmer earned an MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School Of Business and a BA from Miami University in Ohio.  She also studied at the London School of Economics.