The RJO boss has replaced Yarian after just four months as FIA chairman
RJ O’Brien chair and chief
Gerry Corcoran has replaced Barclays derivatives expert Michael
Yarian as chairman of the Futures Industry Association (FIA)
just four months after he took the role.
Yarian quit the trade body after the
British Bank promoted him to head its rates trading franchise
in the US.
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