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Mark Hemsley Plans Retirement from Cboe in 2020

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Mark Hemsley, executive vice president at Cboe Global Markets and president
of Cboe Europe, is planning to retire from the company at the end of February 2020. David Howson, chief operating officer of Cboe Europe since 2013, will succeed Hemsley and assume his roles on January 1, 2020. Hemsley was a founding employee of Bats Europe in 2008 and in 2011 led the transformative acquisition and integration of Chi-X Europe, creating a leading stock exchange group in Europe. Bats was acquired by Cboe Global
Markets in 2017, when Hemsley took his current role.

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