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Kevin Brennan is a veteran of the commodity futures industry. He is a managing director with StoneX, formerly [[INTL FCStone]]'s [[FCM]] division, a position he's held since 2011.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-brennan-28252ba/|name=Kevin Brennan|org=LinkedIn|date=April 4, 2017}}</ref>


Kevin Brennan is a veteran of the commodity futures industry. He is a managing director with [[INTL FCStone]].<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-brennan-28252ba/|name=Kevin Brennan|org=LinkedIn|date=April 4, 2017}}</ref>
== Background ==


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Brennan began his career in commodities in 1981 as a broker and cattle salesman in Monmouth, Ill., while also doing local radio on ag markets. By 1992, he was in Chicago as a general manager at RB&H Financial Services, a mid-sized FCM. Brennan moved to [[ADM Investor Services]] in 1999 as VP of sales and marketing.  
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In 2002, he left for a stint with Trade Center, a California-based [[introducing broker]] that was looking to set up a Chicago office. For 2003-04, Brennan was with [[R.J. O'Brien]] as a vice president where he started a new OTC energy trading venture. From there he moved to his current employer, INTL FCStone, in 2004 as a senior vice president where he was responsible for clearing, risk management and customer service. In 2011, he was made managing director and moved to sales and customer service.
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Brennan graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin.


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Kevin Brennan
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Kevin Brennan is a veteran of the commodity futures industry. He is a managing director with StoneX, formerly INTL FCStone's FCM division, a position he's held since 2011.[1]

Background[edit]

Brennan began his career in commodities in 1981 as a broker and cattle salesman in Monmouth, Ill., while also doing local radio on ag markets. By 1992, he was in Chicago as a general manager at RB&H Financial Services, a mid-sized FCM. Brennan moved to ADM Investor Services in 1999 as VP of sales and marketing.

In 2002, he left for a stint with Trade Center, a California-based introducing broker that was looking to set up a Chicago office. For 2003-04, Brennan was with R.J. O'Brien as a vice president where he started a new OTC energy trading venture. From there he moved to his current employer, INTL FCStone, in 2004 as a senior vice president where he was responsible for clearing, risk management and customer service. In 2011, he was made managing director and moved to sales and customer service.

Education[edit]

Brennan graduated from the University of Tennessee at Martin.

References[edit]

  1. Kevin Brennan. LinkedIn.
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