Box VP Tapped For Security Traders Association Board
Patty Kevin-Schuler Named as National Governor
BOSTON, October 19, 2011 – The BOX Options Exchange (BOX) announced that Patty Kevin-Schuler, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, has been named by the Security Traders Association (STA)-National as a two-year term governor. Kevin-Shuler is also the 2011-2012 president of the Security Trader Association of Chicago (STAC). The Board appointment is effective January 1, 2012.
“Patty is a dynamic addition to the STA National Board as she brings her deep trading expertise and long-time STAC experience,” said Tony McCormick, BOX CEO. “Patty will bring a fresh perspective, energy, creativity and, most importantly, an eye for what is best for the retail trader.”
Kevin-Schuler is responsible for sales, marketing and business development at BOX. She has over 25 years of industry experience that she leverages for the benefit of the BOX customer. Previously, Kevin-Schuler held the role of director of business development for the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and CBOE Stock Exchange (CBSX), and started her career in 1986 on the floor of the CBOE.
“I am proud to be able to use my many years of STAC involvement and industry experience more deeply at the national level as a governor,” said Kevin-Schuler. “It’s an exciting challenge for me to continue to build opportunities for the industry.”
The BOX Options Exchange is an all-electronic equity options market that is jointly owned by the TMX Group and seven broker dealers. BOX was established in 2002 and launched trading in February 2004 as an alternative to the market models in existence at the time. Since inception, BOX has provided its Participants with an efficient and transparent marketplace, cutting edge technology and best price filtering for customer order execution. For more information, see the BOX website: www.bostonoptions.com.
About the Securities Trader Association (STA)
Founded in 1934, STA is a leading trade organization for individuals in the securities industry. The STA is committed to promoting the interests of its members in the legislative, regulatory and technological processes, while fostering goodwill and high standards of integrity in accord with its founding principle, Dictum Meum Pactum- “My word is my bond”.