Citi's Jerome Kemp says clearing rules will succeed if regulators work closely with the industry
Citigroup has in recent years forced
itself up the league tables in futures and now stands as a top
three player in most of the world’s key
This is largely down to the work of Jerome
Kemp, who joined the US bank from JP Morgan in 2011, and the
steady investment in staff and technology made by the bank over
global head of futures, clearing and collateral at
Citigroup, told FOW, "When I joined Citi four years ago, it was
with the intention of bringing Citi to the forefront of the
futures and clearing industry.
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