Thomas Chlada

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Thomas Chlada
Occupation Managing Director - Professional Trading Group Services
Employer RCM Alternatives
Location Chicago
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Thomas Chlada, a veteran financial services executive, is managing director - Professional Trading Group Services, at RCM Alternatives.

Previously, he was a senior vice president in the professional trading group services division at Wedbush Futures. He joined the firm in October 2015.[1]


Chlada joined Wedbush from ABN AMRO Clearing Chicago, where he served as director and business manager for the broker-dealer and futures commission merchant.[2]

Prior to ABN AMRO's merger with Fortis Bank, Chlada was director, business manager at Fortis. He has also served as CEO of FFastfill from 200 to 2003.[3]

He was a derivatives trader with Bank of America from 1989 to 2000.

In 2012, Chlada conducted a fundraising campaign for St. Joseph High School and raised over $50,000.[4]


Chlada holds a bachelor of science degree from Lewis University in business and economics.


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