Chicago Board of Trade (CBoT) officials are confident of
being able to have a member vote on its much-delayed
restructuring plan in three to six months time, having finally
reached a settlement the protracted minority members
The lawsuit, brought by certain associate members and GIM,
IDEM and COM membership interest holders, was the final
obstacle in its path towards demutualisation and restructuring
as a for-profit exchange.
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