Tim Gits

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Tim Gits
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Occupation Chief Sales Officer
Employer Quantitative Brokers
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.quantitativebrokers.com

Tim Gits is a brokerage and exchange executive who currently serves as the chief sales officer of Quantitative Brokers, a firm majority owned by Deutsche Boerse.

Previously, he was a senior vice president of business development at Eurex. In this role, he was responsible for clearing business development for the U.S. and Canadian markets. He is also a member of the board of directors of the Futures Industry Association's Information Technology division.[1][2][3]

Background[edit]

Gits joined Eurex in March 2009 after spending a year and a half as a branch manager at Fortis. Before that, he spent four years at the Chicago-based U.S. Futures Exchange as head of member services.

Education[edit]

Gits graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology with a masters in financial markets. He received his undergraduate degree from John Carroll University.

Certifications/Accreditations[edit]

Gits holds several securities and futures industry licenses, including:

  • Series 3: Futures Associated Person
  • Series 4: Registered Options Principal
  • Series 7: General Securities
  • Series 24: General Securities Principal
  • Series 27: Financial And Operations Principal
  • Series 30: Futures Branch Manager
  • Series 55: Equity Trader/Limited Representative
  • Series 63: Uniform Securities Agent State Law


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