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Lou Eccleston, the CEO of TMX Group photographed at the Toronto stock exchange in 2015, is not the kind of boss that would ask about your weekend. (Darren Calabrese/The Globe and Mail)
Lou Eccleston, the CEO of TMX Group photographed at the Toronto stock exchange in 2015, is not the kind of boss that would ask about your weekend. (Darren Calabrese/The Globe and Mail)

Lou who? The private man atop Canada’s public markets Add to ...

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Few people on Bay Street know much about Lou Eccleston. And he seems to like it that way.

As the head of TMX Group Ltd., the operator of the country’s busiest stock exchanges, he sits in the middle of Canada’s clubby capital markets. But Mr. Eccleston – a 59-year-old American who took the TMX reins more than two years ago and splits his time between Toronto and Princeton Junction, N.J. – isn’t really a member of the club.

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