Chris Tupker, 65, chairman of LCH.Clearnet, is to retire at
the end of the year. He was appointed chairman of the clearing
house in July 2006 when his predecessor, Gérard de la
Martinière, stepped down. From March 2000 he had been
chairman of Brussels-based Euroclear. Before that Tupker was
chief operating officer of ABN Amro’s investment
LCH.Clearnet said the search for Tupker’s
replacement had already begun with the formation of a search
committee. The clearing house said it hoped to name a
replacement before the end of the year.
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