Barry C. Goldblatt

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Barry C. Goldblatt
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Occupation Private Banker
Employer Merrill Lynch
Location Houston
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.baml.com

Barry C. Goldblatt is a private banker with Merrill Lynch.

Previously, he was a managing director, commodities, energy and metals at the CME Group on February 23, 2009. He was based in New York. Goldblatt was responsible for developing and leading the execution of the company's global business strategy for listed and over-the-counter (OTC) agricultural commodities, energy and metals markets. He reported to Rick Redding, then CME Group Managing Director, Products & Services.[1]

Background[edit]

Before joining CME Group, Goldblatt was Managing Director, Commodities, Derivative Sales and Global Structured Notes for Merrill Lynch where he helped develop the third largest Commodity Index fund business in the United States. He has more than 25 years of experience in derivatives sales and trading, as well as creating structured products in agricultural, metals and energy commodities around the world.

Goldblatt previously served as Head of Derivative Sales and Structured Risk for Koch Energy Trading and has also held a variety of senior positions trading for Lehman Brothers, Ken Orr Investments, UBS, Philipp Brothers (Salomon Brothers), J. Aron & Company (Goldman Sachs) and Dillon Read (UBS).

Education[edit]

Goldblatt earned a bachelor's degree in history from Binghamton University and an MBA degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

References[edit]

  1. press release. CME Group.
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