Arman Falsafi

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Arman Falsafi is a former managing director of the CME Group. She had served as the CME's managing director of Europe and Middle East and Africa.[1][2] She was recalled to the U.S. following a four-year term serving in London.

Background

Falsafi joined CME in 1999 as senior director of technology strategy[3][4] and later served as managing director of global electronic trading and data.[5]

In 2001, the CME promoted Falsafi to managing director, where she was responsible for CME's GLOBEX electronic trading business[6][7], information products and international offices.

Prior to joining the CME, Falsafi served as director of systems integration for MCI Systemhouse's capital markets and trading practice from 1994-99[8], and held systems and software engineering positions at Swiss Bank Corporation/O'Connor & Associates from 1990-94, both in Chicago.

Education

Falsafi earned a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut in 1987, a master's degree in computer systems engineering from Northeastern University in 1990 and an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago in 1997.[9][10]

References

  1. CME Continues European Momentum with Move to New London Office. CME.
  2. CME Cans Old Gear. Waters Magazine.
  3. Arman Falsafi Manages CME Europe and Asia. FinanceTech.
  4. Doyne Farmer Looks Back. Derivatives Strategy.
  5. CME Appoints Arman Falsafi as Managing Director, Europe & Asia. CME via PR Newswire.
  6. Trading Technologies Announces Compatibility with Chicago Mercantile Exchange's iLink 2.0. Trading Technologies.
  7. Investing in Change: Chicago Exchanges Spend Big Bucks on Technology. Futures Industry Magazine.
  8. Class Notes. Chicago GSB Magazine.
  9. Alumni Connections. Chicago GSB Magazine.
  10. CME Appoints Arman Falsafi as Managing Director, Europe & Asia. CME Group.