Dave Schulz

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Dave Schulz
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Location Chicago

Dave Schultz is a Chicago-based derivatives exchange business development professional.

Formerly, he was director of the CBOE Futures Exchange.

Previously, he was a director at the CME Group for FX products.[1][2]

Background[edit]

At the CME Group, Schulz is responsible for developing relationships with global foreign exchange (FX) market participants to increase global trading of CME FX products. He previously held the position of Associate Director, CME foreign exchange products.[3]

Also, Schulz was a vice president with Merrill Lynch in foreign exchange, serving in a broker/management role for Merrill Lynch Futures, Inc. on the CME trading floor. He also worked for Lloyds Bank PLC in foreign exchange trading.

Education[edit]

Schulz holds a bachelor of science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison in economics.

References[edit]

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