Ray McKenzie

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Ray McKenzie
Occupation Business Specialist
Employer Apple
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.oakfutures.com

Ray McKenzie is a veteran futures industry and financial services executive, who has worked for exchanges, banks and brokerage firms. He is an enterprise account executive at Apple, which he joined as a business specialist in July of 2016.

He was previously head of North American Sales at Green Key Technologies, a provider of voice software designed for traders and brokers, starting in August 2015. [1]

Earlier, he was a vice president of ICE Futures U.S. He joined the company in 2008 from Morgan Stanley, where he was an executive director.[2]


McKenzie worked for the listed derivatives arm of Morgan Stanley from 2005 to 2008. He had also worked for Morgan Stanley from 1983 to 1994 as co-head of the currency futures arbitrage group. He became a managing director in 1989.

Immediately before joining Morgan a second time, he was director of customer relationship management for electronic trading and director of Foreign Exchange at Chicago Mercantile Exchange from 2001 to 2005.

McKenzie was a managing partner at Cambridge Technology Partners, a technology company.

He began his career on the floor of the CME as an arbitrage clerk for J. Aron.

He is also a volunteer for A Leg to Stand On, a charity that provides prosthetic limbs to children in developing countries.

John Lothian News Interview[edit]

ICE Futures U.S. posted a monthly volume record of 850,244 contracts in its ICE U.S. Dollar Index futures in June. It also hit a daily volume record of 81,814 contracts on June 9 when the notional value of USDX contracts traded exceeded $6 billion. Jim Kharouf spoke with Ray McKenzie, vice president of ICE Futures U.S. about what is driving volumes on the dollar index, what sets it apart from competing indices, ICE’s re-launched FX futures and where the FX futures markets are going. Published July 18, 2011.


New York University, Bachelor of Liberal Arts, 1989, Gallatin Division


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