Robert B. Moore

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Robert B. Moore
Occupation General Partner
Employer Marquette Partners LP
Location Chicago, Illinois, USA
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.marquettepartners.com
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Robert Moore is a general partner with Marquette Partners LP, an international liquidity provider in exchange-traded derivatives.

Background[edit]

Moore began his futures career in the CBOT Bond pit in 1980 and became a member in 1981. He has served on numerous industry boards and committees, including the CBOT Executive Committee on Competitive Stance and Ethics Committees. He currently serves on the CBOT Business Conduct Committee.[1]

From 1976 to 1980, Moore worked as a stockbroker for Paine Weber. Before moving into financial services, he taught business at Benilde St. Margaret High School in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

In November 2008, Moore was an honorary committee member of the FIA Futures Cares Charity Dinner where over $300K was raised in support of the Greater Chicago Food Depository.[2]

Education[edit]

Moore has a bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Marquette University and pursued a master's degree in Economics at Mankato State University.

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