Roger Liddell

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Roger Liddell
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Occupation CEO
Employer NetOTC
Location London
Website netotc.com

Roger Liddell is CEO of NetOTC, a provider of bilateral margin solutions for the OTC derivatives markets. He joined the firm as a non-executive board member in 2013, and was named CEO in November 2015 after the departure of co-founder and CEO Matthew Durkin.[1]

Background

Liddell was previously group chief executive of LCH.Clearnet Group. He retired from that position in July 2011, after five years with the company.[2] He served on the board of LCH.Clearnet Group Limited beginning in 2005 and was a director of Euroclear plc from 2000 to 2005.

He was replaced by Barclays Capital executive Ian Axe.[3]

Earlier, Liddell was with Goldman Sachs, joining the bank in 1993 and becoming managing director in 1998, then head of global operations in 2000. He was responsible for all businesses including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange, derivatives, commodities, asset management, prime brokerage and private wealth management.

Liddell spent the first 10 years of his career with British Coal before joining Citibank in 1989. During this time he held various roles from internal operations management consultant to head of foreign exchange operations.[4]

Liddell also serves as senior independent director, chairman of the audit committee and member of the remuneration committee at Africa Minerals, Inc.[5] While at LCH.Clearnet, Liddell served as a member of the CFTC Global Markets Advisory Committee.[6]

Education

Liddell graduated from the University of Nottingham in 1978 with a BSc in Mining Engineering. He earned an MBA from the University of Bradford in 1989.

References

  1. NetOTC appoints Roger Liddell as Chief Executive Officer. Mondovisione.
  2. Press Release. LCH.Clearnet.
  3. LCH.Clearnet names Barclays man Ian Axe as new CEO. Reuters.
  4. Speaker Biographies. Burgenstock.
  5. Roger Alexander Liddell. Bloomberg Businessweek.
  6. CFTC, Toothless Regulator, Looks to Take a Bite Out of Derivatives. Huffington Post.