ALLISON Gollust, CNN's former executive vice president, has worked with public people throughout her career and has risen through the ranks of the news organization.
According to public records, Gollust was married to Billy Hunt until 2017.
Who is Allison Gollust’s ex-husband Billy Hunt?
Gollust is said to have been married to Billy Hunt, the president of Tradeweb Markets, however, nothing is known about her personal life.
According to their website, Tradeweb is a financial services company that has “a rich history of fintech innovation in fixed income and derivatives markets, and a rapidly expanding equity business, our clients consistently benefit from better price discovery, order execution, and trade workflows.”
Hunt and Gollust filed for divorce in 2015 with the case being settled in 2017, according to the New York Post.
The pair share two children, Olivia and Ava.
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What is Tradeweb Marketing?
Tradeweb Marketing has “[i]nstitutional investors around the world rely on Tradeweb for direct access to deep liquidity, pre-trade price intelligence, flexible protocols, and post-trade analysis to enhance their trade execution strategy and drive increased performance.”
The company also does well considering how it connects more than 2,500 clients, forming a worldwide network comprising the world's leading banks, asset managers, hedge funds, insurance companies, wealth managers, and retail clients.
The website also says that Tradeweb provides over 40 products in more than 65 countries throughout the world, including government bonds, mortgage securities, municipal bonds, credit, and derivatives.
Who is Allison Gollust?
Andrew Cuomo, the former governor of New York, appointed Gollust as his communications director in 2012.
She was formerly the executive vice president of corporate communications at NBC Universal, where she worked with Jeff Zucker, the company's chief executive.
Gollust spent most of her career at NBC, where she developed friendships with her coworkers.
She joined the company in 1996 and was promoted to a senior publicist for Today in the Corporate Communications department at NBC a year later.
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