He is a member of the Investment Company Institute (ICI) Operating Committee and served on the Institutional Traders Advisory Committee at the New York Stock Exchange, the Quality of Markets Committee at NASDAQ, and as a past Director of the Boston Stock Exchange.
What does QMC stand for?
QMC stands for Quality of Markets Committee (New York Stock Exchange)
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We have 38 other meanings of QMC in our Acronym Attic
- Quantitative Molecular Biological Physics
- Quality Medical Billing Solutions
- Quantum Medical Business Service (Salem, VA; est. 1987)
- Quantum Many Body Theory
- Quadripartite Management Committee
- Quality Management Center
- Quality Management Committee (various organizations)
- Quality Management Company LLC
- Quality Management Consortium (University of Texas at Austin)
- Quality Management Coordinator
- Quantum Monte Carlo (distributed computing project, quantum chemistry)
- Quantum Monte-Carlo (method)
- Quartermaster Clerk (US Marine Corps)
- Quartermaster Corps
- Quartermaster, Chief (USN Rating)
- Queen Margaret College
- Queen Mary's College (UK)
- Queen's Medical Centre (UK)
- Quezon Memorial Circle (Philippines)
- Quick Mould Change (clamping system)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He has served as a member of the American Stock Exchange's Retail Advisory Committee, the Chicago Board Options Exchange's Managing Directors Committee, the Philadelphia Stock Exchange's Quality of Markets Committee, the Security Traders Association's Options Committee, and the International Securities Exchange's Market Maker Advisory Panel.
Gasser served on various industry committees, including the NASDAQ Quality of Markets Committee and the NYSE Upstairs Traders Advisory Committee.
He is also a member of the Nasdaq Quality of Markets Committee.
Richardson served as the Chairman of Citigroup's Best Execution Committee and as Chairman of the NASDAQ Quality of Markets Committee.
He is a member of the Security Traders Association Nominating Committee, the NASD District 7 Committee, the Nasdaq Quality of Markets Committee, the Nasdaq NNOTC Committee, and the NASDR Series 55 Exam Committee.
Yancey previously served on the Nasdaq Quality of Markets Committee for 4 years, before completing his term in 2002.
He also has served on the Quality of Markets Committee, which was formed to study the market crash of 1987.