John H. Conolly

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John Conolly
Occupation Chief Marketing Officer
Employer Azul Partners
Location Chicago, IL
Twitter @johnconolly
LinkedIn Profile

John Conolly is a marketing and education professional in the financial services and exchange sector. He is the chief marketing officer for the Spend Matters Network, owned by Azul Partners.[1]

Before joining Spend Matters, Conolly was an associate director of market education at the CME Group, where he led the program development initiative. He founded Teach Me Futures[2], now part of Advantage Futures LLC. He is also a member of the board of directors of the National Introducing Brokers Association and its vice president for conferences.[3]


Conolly began his career in futures on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and entered the brokerage business with Rand Financial Services, Inc. In 1997 Conolly joined Peregrine Financial Group, an electronic futures broker. In 2002 when Terra Nova Trading L.L.C announced plans to enter the futures brokerage business, Connolly joined as vice president. He helped launch Terra Nova Futures.

Conolly has developed educational seminars and systems aimed to help people gain access to the futures markets. In 2004 he founded, which is now part of Advantage Futures LLC.

He has contributed financial commentary to CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business News, First Business News and various print media outlets.[4]


  • The School of the Art Institute, BFA, Painting, 1988 – 1991

Registration Information

  • John Hamilton Conolly, Jr. - NFA ID 0280862

External Links


  1. {[cite web|url= Partners Announces New Chief Marketing Officer||date=March 18, 2015}}
  2. John Conolly, founder,Teach Me Futures & Vice President, Advantage futures. Teach Me Futures.
  3. BOARD MEMBERS. National Introducing Broker Association.
  4. John Conolly.
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