From the February 01, 2008 issue of Futures Magazine • Subscribe!

Eberle to head Man Investments USA

Uwe Eberle is now CEO and president of Man Investments Inc., USA. He became CEO for Man’s institutional business in August 2006 and is now responsible for leading Man’s U.S. institutional initiative. “I’m excited at the prospect of developing the achievements of the team as we continue to introduce innovative investment solutions to both institutional and individual investors in the U.S.,” said Eberle in a statement.

Bradley G. Griffith will serve a second consecutive one-year term as vice chairman of the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE).

Reto Francioni’s appointment as CEO of Deutsche Börse was extended by five years.

Vikram Pandit is now CEO of Citigroup. He was previously chairman and CEO of Citigroup’s institutional clients group.

Ellyn A. McColgan was named president and chief operating officer of the global wealth management group at Morgan Stanley, effective April 2008.

Andy Shinn and Aaron Sack are now executive directors on Morgan Stanley’s private equity team. Previously Shinn was principal at The Carlyle Group and Sack worked for Apollo Investment Management.

Jerker Johansson has been named vice chairman in Europe for Morgan Stanley. Previously he was Morgan Stanley’s global head of client services.

Thomas Gordon is now vice chairman and Howard Gabler is an independent director of the board of directors at the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Jeffrey Axelrod has been promoted to CEO of Cogency Software.

Dan Busby is now vice president, Internet services at the Options Clearing Corporation (OCC).

Tim Stanley is now senior vice president of global sales at RTS Realtime Systems Group.

Howard Prince-Wright is now CFO of Saxo Bank.

Craig Collins is now chief financial officer designate at Advent Software.

Don Callahan is now chief administrative officer at Citigroup. Prior to joining Citigroup, he was an executive at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse.

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