The European futures exchange is set to go live before the end of June
GMEX, the exchange group backed by Eurex and
Societe Generale, has shaken up its leadership ahead of its
launch before the end of June by appointing three chairman
including clearing expert and former head of the DTCC's
European reporting arm Sandy Broderick.
Broderick, who stepped down as chief of DTCC
DerivServ in August, has become chairman of GMEX and a director
of GMEX's tech and indices units.
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