Neal Brady is a Chicago-based listed derivatives and fintech executive who currently serves as the CEO and co-founder of FairX, an exchange announced on May 26, 2021 which will offer low-cost, around-the-clock trading access to the most liquid asset classes in global futures.
He is also a member of the advisory board of Pre-data.
Prior to co-founding Eris Exchange and assuming the role of chief executive, Brady served as managing director of business development at CME Group. At CME, he was responsible for CME Group international partnerships in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America as well as CME Group strategic partnering in OTC markets. He also served on the board of directors of Imarex Group.
He earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, an MBA degree from Columbia Business School and master’s in international affairs (MIA) from Columbia University’s School of Public Affairs.
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In September 2009 the leaders of the G-20 met in Pittsburgh to hammer out a coordinated approach to regulatory reform. Chief among their concerns in the wake of the financial crisis was a lack of adequate capital backstopping the system. Now, several years later, Basel III and other capital rules are coming into into force, making efficient use of capital a global priority.
As Eris Exchange’s swap futures contracts continue to set new volume and open interest records, Eris CEO Neal Brady sat down with former John Lothian News editor-at-large Doug Ashburn to discuss the emergence of swap futures as an important tool in the new financial order. In addition, ICE Futures Europe announced it will list Eris’ standard interest rate futures contracts denominated in euro and British pound sterling, starting on June 29.
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