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TP ICAP Hires Head of Compliance

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Intermediary giant TP ICAP has appointed senior US regulator Amir Zaidi as its new global head of compliance. Zaidi previously spent nine years with the US Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CTFC), which regulates the US derivatives market – most recently as Director, Division of Market Oversight. He also worked as Legal Counsel & Policy Advisor for two Commissioners and Special Counsel, Division of Market Oversight. Prior to his career at the CFTC, Zaidi worked at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and at Arnold & Porter LLP. He will be based in TP ICAP’s New York office from September 2019.

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