As Managing Director of New Listings and Capital Markets at Nasdaq, Dan oversees the division’s relationships with private life sciences companies and private businesses across other industries throughout California. Dan serves as a resource on topics such as corporate governance, investor relations, and capital markets with the goal of creating a smooth transition to the Nasdaq exchange and public markets overall. Prior to Nasdaq, Dan spent five years at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Investment Management Division, managing portfolios of various family offices and foundations.
Nasdaq is relentlessly reimagining the markets of today. Not by chasing the possibilities of tomorrow, but by creating them. Nasdaq has transformed itself from a U.S.-based equities exchange to a diversified technology provider for thousands of global firms. Today, Nasdaq is the leading technology and information services provider to the capital markets. And Nasdaq’s Global Trading and Market Services business have become a significant part of client offerings. All this can be traced to Nasdaq’s focus on synchronizing and optimizing market movement – an essential principle in the growth of business economies. No one else provides customers with such a high level of infrastructure, tools and strategic insight. Customers have taken advantage of the fact that Nasdaq is the single largest liquidity pool for U.S. equities (in volume traded). Nasdaq is also acclaimed for its top-rated data offerings and, of course, for the Nasdaq 100 — home to many of the world’s most heralded securities.