The WILD Growth of Cathey Curley – Part Two

John Lothian

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In part two of JLN’s interview with Cathey Curley, she talks about her career starting as a recent high school graduate who took a job in downtown Chicago for $6 per hour, which was big money back then. Curley was one of the first employees of what became Citadel and has worked for some of the biggest firms in the markets, including Hull Trading, CME Group, Newedge and Citadel. Today she is a lead business analyst with Nuveen, where she learned a lot about what she did not know.

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