Michael Curcio

From MarketsWiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Michael Curcio
Michaelcurcio.jpg
Occupation Chief Brokerage Officer
Employer E-Trade
Location New York

Michael Curcio is chief brokerage officer at E-Trade.

Background

Curcio began his career in 1987 working for TD Ameritrade and held a number of positions in the company over 15 years, before being named executive vice president in charge of relationship management in 2000. In 2002, he moved on to E*TRADE Securities LLC, where he served as managing director for America before being named president of E*TRADE Securities and executive vice president at E*TRADE Financial Corporation in 2005.[1][2][3]

In 2013, he stepped down from his roles at E*TRADE before joining OptionsHouse as CEO in 2014 after their merger with tradeMONSTER. As CEO, he was responsible for driving the company’s financial performance and overall success.[4][5] OptionsHouse was acquired by E-Trade for $725 million in July 2016. It was announced in September 2016 that Curcio would be returning to E-Trade in a new role, chief brokerage officer.[6]

From 2000 until 2008, he served on the Board of Governors of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange and from 2009 until 2014, he served as a board member for the Jazz Foundation of America.[7][8][9]

Education

Mr. Curcio holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from State University of New York at Plattsburgh.[10]

References

  1. OptionsHouse and tradeMONSTER Announce Chairman of the Board and CEO for Combined Company Following Completion of Transactions. prNewsWire.
  2. About Us. OptionsHouse.
  3. Michael John Curcio. Bloomberg.
  4. OptionsHouse and tradeMONSTER Announce Chairman of the Board and CEO. StockBrokers.com.
  5. About Us. OptionsHouse.
  6. E-Trade Names New C.E.O. in Management Shake-Up. NY Times.
  7. About Us. OptionsHouse.
  8. OptionsHouse and tradeMONSTER Announce Chairman of the Board and CEO. StockBrokers.com.
  9. E*Trade names Morgan Stanley's Nandra as president. Reuters.
  10. Michael John Curcio. Bloomberg.