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== Background ==
== Background ==


Goldenberg was one of the founding partners of [[Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.]] In 1999, Goldenberg moved to the United Kingdom to spearhead [[Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.|GHCO's]] expansion toward a global presence. He established the firm's London headquarters where he continues to manage the GH Traders proprietary trading firm that formed as a result of the [[Penson Worldwide]] acquisition of [[Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.|GHCO]].  
Goldenberg was one of the founding partners of [[Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.]] In 1999, Goldenberg moved to the United Kingdom to spearhead [[Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.|GHCO's]] expansion toward a global presence. He established the firm's London headquarters where he continues to manage [[GH Traders]], the proprietary trading firm that formed as a result of the [[Penson Worldwide]] acquisition of [[Goldenberg, Hehmeyer & Co.|GHCO]].  


Goldenberg has been an active member of the [[Chicago Board of Trade]] [[CBOT|(CBOT)]] since 1961. At the CBOT, he served as Vice Chairman, 2nd Vice Chairman, Director, and as a member of the Executive Committee. He also held the posts of Chairman of the Finance, Education, Membership, Soybean, Special Marketing and Commodity Options, and Regulatory Oversight committees. In addition, Goldenberg served as Vice Chairman of the Business Conduct Committee, Chairman of the Task Force on Member Opportunity in 1992, and Chairman of the Strategy Committee in 1994.
Goldenberg has been an active member of the [[Chicago Board of Trade]] [[CBOT|(CBOT)]] since 1961. At the CBOT, he served as Vice Chairman, 2nd Vice Chairman, Director, and as a member of the Executive Committee. He also held the posts of Chairman of the Finance, Education, Membership, Soybean, Special Marketing and Commodity Options, and Regulatory Oversight committees. In addition, Goldenberg served as Vice Chairman of the Business Conduct Committee, Chairman of the Task Force on Member Opportunity in 1992, and Chairman of the Strategy Committee in 1994.
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