From the December 01, 2011 issue of Futures Magazine • Subscribe!

Tilly takes up where Joyce leaves off

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Edward T. Tilly was named president and COO of CBOE Holdings, Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) and C2 Options Exchange. Tilly succeeds Edward J. Joyce, who is stepping down for medical reasons. "This is an exciting time in the history of CBOE, and it is gratifying to continue working in this new role with the most accomplished staff and trading community in the options business," Tilly says. He has served as executive vice chairman since 2006.

William Barkshire was appointed COO at the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange (HKMEx). Barkshire comes from the London Stock Exchange where he most recently was a senior advisor. Spencer Campbell was appointed managing director of South East Asia at the HKMEx. Previously, Campbell was senior vice president at Mizhou Futures.

William Knottenbelt was appointed head of CME Group’s Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. Knottenbelt previously worked as Global Head of Futures for RBS from 2000 to 2010, and most recently led CME’s commodity and
equity product lines.

Suzanna Hubble was hired by Citigroup to help drive its OTC derivative clearing platform in the European markets. Hubble previously was director of CDS development at ICE Clear Europe.

David Pichler was hired at Cantor Fitzgerald as co-head of credit fixed income. Prior to joining Cantor, Pichler served as co-head of Gleacher investment grade and hybrid business.

Rod Adzima also joined Cantor Fitzgerald as a managing director within credit trading. Previously, he was managing director and co-head of credit trading at Citadel Securities.

Michael A. Conley was named a deputy general counsel in the Security and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Office of General Counsel.

Former SEC Commissioner Roel Campos was named a board member at Liquidnet. Campos served as a Democratic SEC Commissioner from 2002 to 2007 and is currently a member with Locke Lord law firm. Lou Kerner was hired by Liquidnet to run a new group focused on private companies. Previously, Kerner managed the private companies research group at Wedbush Securities.

Andrew J. Bowden was appointed associate director to the National Investment Adviser/Investment Company Examination Program in the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations. Bowden joins from Legg Mason, where he held senior executive positions in its legal/compliance and business units. Peter J. Curley was appointed associate director for clearance and settlement in the Trading and Markets Division at the SEC. Curley was previously head of corporate strategy and head of IPO regulation at HKEx, and prior to that was a partner with the international law firm of Allen & Overy.

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