|Occupation||Managing Director, OIC, International|
|Employer||Options Industry Council|
Gary Delany is the director of European marketing and education for The Options Industry Council (OIC). He develops options marketing and educational material for the European audience and is the key point of OIC’s outreach in Europe. He is based in London.
He is also vice chairman of the International Commodities and Derivatives Association (ICDA).
Delany has 30 years of experience in the derivatives sector and is a regular speaker, presenter and writer on options and exchange developments. He started his financial career managing the option book at a firm of commodity brokers. Previously he served as Global Marketing Manager at Rolfe & Nolan, a supplier of futures and options software to banks and brokers, where he was in charge of global marketing initiatives. Before that he worked for The Philadelphia Stock Exchange in their European office in several capacities developing order flow for foreign exchange, equity and equity index options programs. He also acted as a consultant to LCH.Clearnet.
Gary holds a B.Sc. in Business Administration from the University of Bath in the UK.
John Lothian News Interview
JLN Options editor Sarah Rudolph sat down with Gary Delany, Director of European Marketing and Education for the Options Industry Council (OIC), to discuss some of the findings of the study, “European Demand for U.S. Listed Equity Options,” including identifying the biggest users of US options and the barriers to trading. The OIC commissioned study conducted by the TABB Group found strong European demand for US listed options. The study included interviews with 29 participants from a cross section of US and European firms active in the US listed options industry, including broker-dealers, market makers, data providers, hedge funds, and traditional asset managers.
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- Gary Delany Interview. John Lothian News.