Finbarr Hutcheson is a London-based derivatives executive. He currently serves as president of ICE Benchmark Administration, the renamed NYSE Euronext Rate Administration business, which won the contract to run the LIBOR benchmark rate calculation process. 
He was previously CEO of NYSE Liffe but was switched over to the new position after the InterContinental Exchange acquired NYSE Euronext, NYSE Liffe's parent company.  He and Mark Ibbotson were named co-CEOs on July 9, 2012, replacing Garry Jones, who resigned as CEO of Liffe in June 2012.
On August 29, 2013, Liffe announced that Ibbotson had left the firm and that Hutcheson had been named sole CEO. 
Hutcheson served as executive vice president and global head of OTC services at NYSE Liffe started in 2011. Before joining the firm, he spent 15 years at Goldman Sachs, where he managed global business development within the Goldman's futures services segment. He began his career in the operations division of Fimat International Banque (now known as Newedge).
He also served for eight years on the board of the Futures and Options Association.
Hutcheson holds a bachelor of arts degree from Trinity College, Dublin.
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