CBOE said Brodsky, Phillips and Martin will leave when Bats deal is complete
CBOE has said long-time executive chairman
William Brodsky and two other board members will step down when
the options giant buys US exchange Bats Global Markets and
current CBOE chief Ed Tilly will become chairman and CEO of the
Chicago-based CBOE said in a statement
late Thursday Brodsky, who joined the exchange in 1985 and
served as its chief executive for 15 years, and board directors
Susan Phillips and Eden Martin will leave the firm when its
completes its acquisition of Bats, likely in early 2017.
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