The Philadelphia Stock Exchange announced today that Matthew Rotella has been named to the position of vice president of options derivatives trading development systems.
Rotella joined the Exchange in 1993 in the equity trading system group as a programmer analyst. In 1997 he joined the options trading system development team as a project manager. He has served as director of application analysis/infrastructure architecture and development since 2001.
Rotella has played a key role in the development of the PHLX's electronic trading system, PHLX XL, now considered one of the premier options trading platforms in the industry.
A graduate of Temple University, Rotella holds a bachelor's degree in computer science. He lives in West Chester, Pa.
The Philadelphia Stock Exchange was founded in 1790. The PHLX trades more than 7,000 stocks, 2,308 equity options, 16 sectors index options and currency options. For more information about the PHLX and its products, visit www.phlx.com.