Group was talking to swaps expert Broderick but no appointment has been made
The London Stock Exchange is forging ahead
with its search for a chief exec to run its new futures
exchange Curve after swaps expert Sandy Broderick withdrew from
the process, according to sources.
The LSE has been looking for a chief
executive to run Curve for at least six weeks and was said by
sources at the start of this month to be in talks with
Broderick about assuming that role,
as reported by FOW.
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