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SVP, Americas, eBay
Scott Cutler is a seasoned executive with extensive global business experience and a belief in the transforming power of technology. He oversees eBay’s Americas business unit, which includes Canada, United States, and Latin America. His responsibilities include marketing, merchandising, operations, business selling, consumer selling, shipping, payments and risk, and trust.
Scott joined as President of eBay’s StubHub business, the leading global live event marketplace, in April 2015 after nine years as an Executive Vice President at the New York Stock Exchange. During his tenure at StubHub, he oversaw the reinvention of the StubHub brand globally, expanded the company’s global presence from four to over 48 countries, completed two acquisitions, and announced significant strategic partnerships in sports and music. Currently, Scott oversees StubHub along with his Americas responsibilities.
During his tenure at NYSE, he transformed it to the number one global exchange and the destination for the most innovative technology companies around the world to raise capital. He was responsible for over $1 trillion in capital raised, and helped take some of the world's iconic brands in the last decade public.
Prior to his career at the NYSE, Scott spent several years in investment banking focused on the software and Internet industries. He started his career as a corporate securities lawyer.
Scott has a B.S. degree in Economics from Brigham Young University and a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of Law. He believes in giving back to the community and serves on the board of the Mental Health Association of New York City and is a trustee on the National Advisory Committee for his alma mater BYU.
He loves sports and the outdoors. He has completed more than a dozen marathons, crossed the Alps on skis, and ridden several stages of the Tour de France as a spectator. He is also an avid San Francisco Giants fan. He has been married to his wife Melissa for over 20 years and they have four kids.