Parisi worked on the CME's landmark takeovers of the CBOT and Nymex
CME Group has said its long-time chief financial officer
James Parisi will retire from the exchange group to be replaced
by his deputy just weeks after the Merc announced its biggest
deal in recent years.
CME said on Thursday Parisi, who has been its CFO since
2004, will retire at the end of this year to be replaced by
John Pietrowicz, currently the CME’s deputy CFO
and senior managing director, corporate development and
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