Financial Services >> Analyst Interviews >> August 2, 2002

Exchange Traded Funds & Other Innovations At The Amex: Peter Quick – American Stock Exchange

Peter Quick is President of the American Stock Exchange (Amex). Mr. Quick was appointed President in May 2000. He also serves on the American Stock Exchange Board of Governors. Prior to joining the Amex, Mr. Quick was President and Chief Executive Officer of Quick & Reilly, Inc., a leading national discount brokerage firm. Mr. Quick is extremely active in the business and financial community and currently is a member on the Board of Directors of the Securities Industry Automation Corporation and Reckson Associates Realty Corp., Long Island's largest commercial landlord. He is also a Trustee of the Museum of American Financial History. Deeply involved in both community and educational organizations, Mr. Quick serves on the Board of Directors of St. Francis Hospital and Good Shepherd Hospice. He is a member of the National Selection Committee for the Jefferson Scholars Program of the University of Virginia and a Trustee of the Securities Industry Institute at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Quick received a Bachelor's degree in Engineering from the University of Virginia and attended Stanford University's Graduate School of Petroleum Engineering. He was a Lieutenant in the United States Navy and served four years on active duty. Recognized for his personal and professional achievements, Mr. Quick received the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor award in May 2001. Profile
TWST: Could you bring us up to date on some of the latest innovations at

the Amex, including things such as ETFs?

Mr. Quick: When you look at the ETF marketplace, a lot has happened

since the