From the October 01, 2009 issue of Futures Magazine • Subscribe!

O'Connor named CTO at DTCC

Bridget E. O’Connor was named managing director and chief technology officer at the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC). Previously she was chief information officer for Lehman Brothers Holding, Inc. “Bridget’s leadership in developing and maintaining high-quality infrastructure systems and business continuity programs on Wall Street is both well known and highly regarded. Bridget brings the global experience and record of success that we believe will continue to differentiate DTCC in the future,” said William Aimetti, COO and president of DTCC, in a statement.

Timothy Andriesen was named managing director, agricultural commodities at CME Group. Previously he served as managing director, agribusiness for National Australia Bank/nabCapital. Laurent Paulhac was named managing director, over-the-counter products & services at CME Group. He previously served as chief executive officer of CMA.

Jennifer Wenthen was promoted to chief financial officer at Horizon Cash Management. Before joining Horizon, she was a controller at PCS, Inc. and nPhase, LCC.

Demetrios N. Skalkotos was promoted to senior vice president of global corporate services at Nasdaq OMX.

Neal Brady joined the board of directors at OptionsCity.

Ted Huang was named director in commodities marketing and origination in Asia for Citi. Previously he worked in energy marketing for JP Morgan in Singapore.

Joe Bernier was named director of margin at Scottrade.

Sherry Isenberg joined TwoFour as managing director of North American sales. Previously she was vice president for North American sales & client relationship management at Fiserv Corporation.

Deanna L. Newcomb joined McDermott Will & Emery LLP as an energy and derivatives markets analyst. Previously she was first vice president, compliance, for Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Commodities, Inc.

Heather Halloran joined ACTIV Financial as a senior sales executive. Previously she was with Interactive Data Corporation.

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