CBOE promotes five to officer positions
The Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) has promoted five staff members to officer positions.
The promotions were approved at this month’s board of directors meeting.
Jim Enstrom was named vice president and chief audit executive. He will continue to direct CBOE’s internal audit programmes as head of CBOE’s internal audit function. Enstrom joined CBOE in 2009.
Lita Frazier was named vice president, government relations. She will continue to serve as CBOE’s voice in Washington, leading CBOE’s government relations efforts at the federal, state and local levels. Frazier joined CBOE in 2006.
Alicia Goldberg was named vice president, statistical analysis. She will continue to direct CBOE’s statistical product offerings for Trading Permit Holders and Market Data Express (MDX). Goldberg is a 34-year veteran of CBOE.
Jim Lubin, who is senior managing director, CBOE Futures Exchange (CFE), was also named vice president, CBOE. He will continue to serve as head of CFE’s operations and business development efforts, a role he has held since 2011.
Andy Spiwak was named vice president, regulatory services. He will continue to lead enforcement programmes for CBOE. Spiwak is a 27-year veteran of CBOE.
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