Chris Nagy is the managing director of order routing, sales and strategy at TD Ameritrade.
Areas of Expertise: brokerage trade order routing
Christopher “Chris” Nagy is the managing director of order routing, sales and strategy at TD Ameritrade. His responsibilities include developing and implementing best execution and routing strategy for TD Ameritrade, as well as developing and enhancing market center relationships for the firm’s NASDAQ, listed and options business lines. Nagy is also a registered lobbyist for the firm and co-heads its government relations efforts.
Nagy joined TD Ameritrade in 1999 as a trading manager. In September 2000 he was promoted to senior manager of trading, and from November 2001 to March 2005 he held the position of director of trading. Prior to joining the company, he held various positions within the securities industry. He began his career as a sales assistant with Shearson Lehman Brothers and more recently served eight years with US Bancorp as vice president of manager equity.
Nagy is a regular commentator regarding securities market structure on various financial and news outlets. He serves on a multitude of industry committees, including the NASDAQ Quality of Markets Committee (QMC), the Security Traders Association Trading Issues Committee and the Options Industry Council (OIC) Roundtable and was chairman of the SIFMA Options Committee from 2005–2007. He also served on the board of the Philadelphia Stock Exchange as the off-floor vice chairman from 2000–2004. He completed the Securities Industry Institute Wharton program in 2009.
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The type, size and timing of an order to buy or sell a security impacts if, when and at what price your transaction gets filled.
May 2011 | Journal