SuperDerivatives has appointed Jeffery Maron as the head of its new Exchange Division. Maron will assume overall responsibility for managing all exchange-related activity, as well as establishing, maintaining and overseeing relationships between SuperDerivatives and exchanges globally. Previously, he was chief content officer for Telerate, managing director of information systems at Icap and director of strategic projects at Reuters. “It is clear that the transparency SuperDerivatives has created in currency options in the past few years has benefited both the buy-side and the sell-side immensely. Our goal is to introduce similar transparency to all the other derivatives markets. We believe that generating a higher level of pricing transparency in exchange traded options is necessary in order to attract more participants to the market place,” said David Gershon, chief executive of SuperDerivatives.
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