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|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Alma mater||Tulane University BA|
George Washington University Law School (JD)
Olesky earned a BA in history from Tulane University and a JD from George Washington University Law School.
Prior to Tradeweb, Olesky was Chief Operating Officer for Credit Suisse First Boston's Fixed Income Americas division. Olesky cowrote the business plan and was part of the CSFB team that launched Tradeweb as a multibank joint venture in 1998, creating the first multi-dealer online trading network for U.S. Treasury Securities. He left Credit Suisse to co-found BrokerTec Global, another joint venture platform, which ICAP acquired in 2002. Olesky rejoined Tradeweb as President in 2002 and became CEO in 2008. He is a board member of Credit Benchmark, a financial data analytics company. He also serves on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) and the SEC’s Fixed Income Market Structure Advisory Committee (FIMSAC). He has been a strong proponent of regulatory reform in derivatives markets.
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