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Lewis Jay Horowitz

stock exchange executive

Lewis Jay Horowitz, American stock exchange executive.

Background

Horowitz, Lewis Jay was born on February 13, 1935 in New York City. Son of Jack and Ethel Lahn (Wartur) Horowitz.

Education

Bachelor, Brown University, 1956.

Career

Arbitrage broker, New York City, 1959. Partner Bernard, Berk & Company, 1958-1965. Member firm Silver, Barry and Van Raalte.

Partner successor firm Phelan, Silver, Vesce & Barry & Company, 1965-1982. President, Chief Executive Officer New York Futures Exchange (subsidiary New York Stock Exchange), New York City, 1983-1988, chairman, Chief Executive Officer, 1988-1993. Executive vice president equity sales, member management committee New York Stock Exchange, 1989—1995, also past chairman marketing information program.

Board directors Intermarket Clearing Corporation subsidiary Options Clearing Corporation, Chicago. Board managers New York Cotton Exchange, 1993-2005.

Membership

Board directors New York Downtown Beekman Hospital, 1993-2005, Jewish Board Guardians, 1970-1978. Board directors Ramapo Anchorage Camp, Rhinebeck, New York, president, 1973-1978. Participant Junior Achievement New York City public schools, 1988-1989.

Trustee Lynchburg College, Virginia, 1989. Active Brown University Alumni Association. Member National Futures Association (board directors, member executive committee 1989-2005).

Connections

Children: Jay B., Stephen G. Married Jo-Ann Malkin, January 13, 1983.

father:
Jack Horowitz

mother:
Ethel Lahn (Wartur) Horowitz

spouse:
Jo-Ann Malkin

children:
Jay B. Horowitz

Stephen G. Horowitz