Megan Morgan

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Megan Morgan
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Occupation Senior Vice President - Head of Equity and Index Sales - Americas
Employer Eurex
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile

Megan Morgan is a Chicago-based exchange executive who currently serves as a senior vice president, head of equity and index sales - Americas for Eurex.[1]

She has been Chicago chapter leader for 85 Broads, now Ellevate Network.[2]

Background

Morgan was previously head of VSTOXX global sales for Eurex. She was responsible for global volume development in VSTOXX futures and options.

Among her responsibilities is being Initiative Captain for VSTOXX futures and options. And she added variance swap futures in 2016, to cover the entire volatility suite at Eurex.

Since December 2014, I have been the Initiative Captain for VSTOXX futures and options. This year, I added Variance Swap futures to my area of responsibility to cover our entire volatility suite.

Before joining Eurex, Morgan was a business development director for the European Climate Exchange for North America. She has also been in business development with the Chicago Climate Exchange.

She was an associate with Lehman Brothers and a securities trader with Knight Capital.

She began after school as a clerk at the CME, then later traded options at the CBOE before going to business school at Chicago Booth. She also did a 3-month stint with the CME Group in product development.

She created a charity called "One Refugee Child" to help give out strollers to refugees on their migration.[3]

Education

She holds a bachelor of science degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in business administration and general management. She also holds a masters of business administration degree from the University of Chicago - Booth School of Business in analytical finance and entrepreneurism.

References

  1. Face to face with Megan Morgan. Eurex.
  2. Invest in Women. Ellevate.
  3. Improving the lives of refugee children one child at a time. OneRefugeeChild.org.