Craig Donohue is believed to be in talks to take on a newly created executive chairman position
Craig Donohue, the former CEO of
CME Group, is believed to be in talks with the OCC to
potentially take on its newly separated role of executive
chairman, writes Nicola Tavendale.
On Monday the world’s largest options clearing
organisation announced the retirement of its current chairman
and CEO, Wayne Luthringshausen.
Pending regulatory approval, the OCC said it will be separating
the roles of chairman and CEO following Luthringshausen's
retirement on December 31.
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