NYSE finance chief steps down

NYSE finance chief steps down

No reason given as high-profile female exec steps down

Amy Butte, chief financial officer at the New York Stock Exchange, will step
down on 31 May this year, the exchange has announced.

Butte, who joined the board in February 2004, has been praised for helped
modernize the finances of the exchange in anticipation of its pending merger
with Archipelago Holdings.

‘My time at the NYSE has been enriching. I would now like to combine my

experiences and lead a forward-looking, growth-minded organization,’ she said in
a statement.

No replacement has been named.

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