David P. Warren joined NASDAQ in January 2001 as chief administrative officer (CAO), responsible for human resources, purchasing, facilities and real estate administration. In September 2001, Warren was appointed Chief Financial Officer, responsible for all financial, tax and investment matters, in addition to corporate administration.
Warren comes to NASDAQ from the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) where he served as Chief Financial Officer, responsible for all financial and administrative activities. LIPA is one of the largest public power authorities in the United States, serving over one million customers with more than $2 billion in annual revenues.
Prior to his appointment at LIPA, Warren served as Deputy Treasurer of the State of Connecticut. As such, he served as Chief Operating Officer for a state agency responsible for the State's cash and debt management programs and for the administration of a $17 billion pension system for state employees. Warren directed the development of the financing program for UCONN 2000, an innovative 10-year, $1.25 billion capital program for the University of Connecticut. He also structured a financing program to privatize Second Injury Fund, a State-run workers' compensation insurance program.
Before entering the public sector, Warren was a Vice President at CS First Boston where he specialized in the financing of infrastructure, economic development, and transportation projects for state and local government.
Warren holds an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management and a B.A. from Wesleyan University.more » « less