John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. today announces the creation of an advisory committee to provide strategic and corporate development advice to the company.
The advisory committee is made up of industry veterans from a broad spectrum of experiences and disciplines, all with a markets and trading focus.
Given the massive transformation taking place in the global derivatives and securities markets, from regulatory reforms to industry changes, the advisory group will help John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. identify and address the needs of the industry that will continue to help make the company a valuable information source and innovator in the financial space.
The chairman of the committee is Peter Wind, a veteran brokerage executive and longtime CME/CBOT member. Also from Chicago is Ed Boyle, who brings a brokerage and exchange background with a focus on options and trading technology.
From London, Bill Templer and Clive Furness are on the advisory committee. Templer is an industry consultant after serving many years in the bank and brokerage space, most recently with Morgan Stanley. Furness is an industry consultant focusing on commodities, derivatives, clearing and related technology with his firm, Contango Markets.
In New York, the committee includes Martin Mosbacher and Thomas F. Cashman. Mosbacher is a partner in Intermarket Communications, which provides public relations, digital media and marketing services for companies in the international financial community. Cashman is a recent arrival in New York after being a CBOT floor broker and trader. He is also a lawyer. Cashman is the son of Thomas J. Cashman, who was the initial subject of the John Lothian Profiles video series.
“I am extremely pleased to have such a talented and experienced collection of industry professionals to help John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. meet the needs of its varied customer constituencies,” said John J. Lothian. “Each has experience in key aspects of our markets and brings a customer oriented focus to the future direction and development of the company.”
“This committee brings new experiences, perspectives and disciplines to help guide the future development of the company and its continued innovative initiatives,” said Peter Wind, Chairman of the John J. Lothian & Company, Inc. Advisory Committee.