Marc H. Iyeki
Chief Representative - NYSE Beijing Representative Office
New York Stock Exchange

Marc has been Chief Representative of the NYSE Beijing Representative Office since January 2019.  Before that, he was Regional Head - Asia Pacific, developing and managing relationships with 120 listed companies, including the world’s leading startups to Global 500 companies, representing a combined market capitalization exceeding $2 trillion.

His responsibilities include assisting and advising listed companies on NYSE compliance and SEC regulatory matters, as well as helping them achieve strategic objectives regarding investor relations, business development, and visibility in the US.  He works closely with the NYSE international capital markets team to help attract new listings to the NYSE.

Marc has been a speaker on U.S. capital markets matters at professional and academic forums in the US and throughout Asia.  He authored an NYSE blog: “Asia Pacific Markets,” sharing his insights and experiences, and providing practical advice for professionals interested in the Asia Pacific issuer community.

Previously, Marc has held attorney positions, including Trial Counsel, at the Enforcement Division of the New York Stock Exchange, investigating and prosecuting alleged violations of NYSE and SEC rules and regulations. Before that, he was Assistant Deputy Public Advocate at the New Jersey Department of the Public Advocate.

Marc earned a B.A., cum laude, with honors in economics, from Washington University in St. Louis, and a J.D. from the New York University School of Law, where he was on the Editorial Staff of the N.Y.U. Review of Law & Social Change.  He also studied public policy in the master’s program for one year at the University of Pennsylvania, where he was a Samuel Fels Fellow.


Matt Martin, Ph.D.
Regional Executive - Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond

Matt Martin is a regional executive at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. He is based in the Charlotte office, where he leads the bank's outreach efforts across North Carolina and South Carolina.
As part of the nation's central bank, the Richmond Fed supports the monetary policy process by engaging business, banking, and community leaders throughout the District to gain a real-time understanding of the state of the economy and the challenges facing our communities. As the regional executive, Martin has responsibility for these efforts across the two-state area through a range of activities, including a regional Board of Directors, industry roundtables, speaking engagements, and other undertakings.
Martin joined the Richmond Fed as a regional economist in 2006 and was promoted into his current role in 2009. Prior to joining the Bank, he worked as a senior economist for Moody's Analytics and as an analyst at the Congressional Budget Office. He also spent time as a faculty member at Kent State University where he taught macroeconomics, money and banking, and economic history.
Martin is active in the community having served as past chair of the board for Community Link, a housing non-profit where he continues to serve on the Strategic Planning Committee. He currently serves as a board member for Veteran's Bridge Home, an organization that helps veteran's transition to civilian life. He is also a board member for the North Carolina Council for Economic Education and the Belk School of Business Advisory Board at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. And he recently served as a member of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Opportunity Task Force.
A Pennsylvania native, Martin has a bachelor's degree in economics from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and a doctorate in economics from the University of Delaware, which he earned after completing his military service.