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SuperDerivatives Appoints Ex-ICAP CEO Jeffery as COO

SuperDerivatives has appointed ex-CEO of ICAP Electronic Broking, Jack Jeffery, as chief operations officer as part of its plans for global expansion.

Prior to joining ICAP, Jeffery was CEO of EBS, which was subsequently acquired by ICAP. He was also employed by Citibank in Australia and the UK, most recently as managing director for European foreign exchange and Global FX options.

David Gershon, president and CEO of SuperDerivatives, feels that Jeffery’s track record as a “formidable business leader in one of the world’s leading banks” will be of benefit to the vendor’s reputation.

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