Trading Places: Jones named chief risk officer of LME Clear

Chris Jones was appointed chief risk officer of LME Clear, the clearinghouse of the London Metal Exchange, effective early next year. Jones previously spent 20 years at LCH.Clearnet Group Ltd., where he focused on regulatory change in the risk and clearing space.

William Andrews was promoted to CEO of Campbell & Co. Andrews has been with the company for more than 15 years, most recently serving as co-director of research. The investment manager also named Michael Harris president.

Timothy Gokey was promoted to COO of Broadridge. He previously was the company’s corporate senior vice president and chief corporate development officer. Broadridge also hired Stephen Racioppo as chief revenue officer. He comes to the company from Accenture, where he was senior managing director.

Eddie Benson was hired as head of European sales trading at institutional trading and brokerage firm BTIG. Benson’s 30 years of trading experience include stints at Deutsche Bank, Rowe and Pitman and SG Warburg.

Tom Kingsley was named Asia-Pacific head of execution consulting services at Bloomberg Tradebook. Kingsley previously was the company’s head of product development for the Asia-Pacific region.

Paul Chrimes was named chief operating officer of MIG Capital (Europe), Ltd. Chrimes comes to the company from E-Trade Securities Ltd., where he most recently served as CEO. In his new role, he will oversee the finance, operations and compliance activities of MIG Bank’s London-based subsidiary.

Patrick Young is now a non-executive director on the board of Data City Exchange (dce). Young, who also sits on the board of Liquidnet Europe, previously was CEO of the Romanian SIBEX Exchange and the director of a private equity fund.

Michael Schulz joined Newedge as chief risk officer for the group’s U.K. office. Schulz previously served as group head of risk management at Renaissance Capital. He also held several senior risk management positions at companies including Lehman Brothers, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank.

Mandy Simpson, a former London Stock Exchange (LSE) executive, was appointed head of operations at the New Zealand Exchange (NZX). Prior to joining NZX, Simpsons worked in LSE’s regulatory news service department.

Richard Barnett was named global head of product at Liquidnet. Barnett most recently was global head of product management at Thomson Reuters. He previously spent 12 years at Bloomberg in a product management and market role.

William Neville was named president of Davis + Henderson USA (D+H). He has served on the company’s board of directors since 2009. Before joining D+H’s board, Neville was managing director and head of Citigroup’s North American Hedge Fund Servicing business and president of BISYS Alternative Investment Services.



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