FIA Comes to Chicago to Talk Retail Derivatives

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The FIA is coming to Chicago for an event focused on the retail listed derivatives market. The event features a keynote address by CFTC Chief Market Intelligence Officer Andrew Busch and panels led by the Most Interesting Man in the World, CQG’s Pat Kenny and JLN’s Contributing Global Markets Editor Jim Kharouf.

The event is on Monday, May 14 and free to FIA members. Non-members can attend the event at the Union League Club for $75.

FIA CEO and President Walt Lukken will open the event, which is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m. and end at 5:30 p.m., with a networking reception beginning at 4:30 p.m.

Kenny’s panel will talk about education, technology and distribution. Panelists include Scott Bauer from Prosper Trading Academy, David Klotz from Phillip Capital, Colleen Lazar from CME Group and JB Mackenzie from TD Ameritrade.

Kharouf’s panel includes Nick LaMaina from TradeStation Securities, Mark Omens from CME Group, Daniel Ryba from E*Trade and John Tornatore from Cboe.

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