Christopher Malo

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Christopher Malo
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Occupation Consultant
Location Chicago, IL USA
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Chris Malo is a consultant. Previously, he was the chief financial officer of Sun Trading, LLC, a proprietary trading firm in Chicago.[1][2]

Background

Also, Malo was a member of the office of the president and executive vice president of marketing and business development for the Chicago Board of Trade.[3][4]

Prior to joining the CBOT in 2005, Malo held a number of senior positions with Cargill Investor Services (CIS), a leading global futures broker. Prior to CIS, he had worked for the parent company, Cargill, Inc. In his twenty-seven years with the Cargill group, Malo focused on commodity futures and OTC trading.

Malo is a member of the arbitration hearing committee of the National Futures Association (NFA).[5]

Malo served as director of the Chicago operations division of the Futures Industry Association (FIA) from 1999 to 2001. He was a member of the membership and rules committee of the London International Financial Futures Exchange from 1996 to 1998. Also, he served as a member of the FIA ad-hoc committees for FIA Expo and Boca Raton conference.

He was a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade FCM committees from 1999 to 2003, while a member of the CBOT from 2001 to 2004.

Additionally, he was a member of the NQLX advisory board from 2001 to 2004.

Malo is a former member of Futures Industry Editorial Advisory Board.

Education

Malo holds a Bachelor of Science in accounting and business from Indiana University. In 1993 he graduated from the executive program at the University of Minnesota.

References

  1. Sun Trading Builds Out. Markets Media.
  2. Sun Holdings agrees to buy Toro Trading. Crain's Chicago Business.
  3. Christopher Malo. LinkedIn.
  4. CME Announces New Leadership. Medill.
  5. Hearing Committee. National Futures Association.
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