Tom Cashman, a member of an iconic Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) family, is a pit trader, exchange trading floor broker and 50-year member of the exchange. Tom Cashman’s contributions to the CBOT governance are numerous, including serving as chairman of the Floor Governors Committee and chair of the CBOT’s Ethics and Integrity Committee formed following the FBI Investigations of the futures markets in the late 1980s. He has been a member of the exchange since 1962.
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GLMX Technologies' CEO talks about trading the $15 trillion repo market, one of the largest short-term credit markets in the world, and why the upcoming changeover from LIBOR to SOFR is such an important issue.
After capping a series of acquisitions with the purchase of Trade Alert, Cboe's senior vice president and head of information solutions talks about why data and analytics are now essential exchange offerings.
Dan Busby has his hands full as head of operations at OCC, but he insists he is having fun. He and his team are responsible for the back office operations for the world’s biggest equity derivatives clearing organization.