Lucien Thomas Baldwin III
Lucien Thomas Baldwin III is a bond trader and chairman of Baldwin Group, Ltd. parent company of investment and financial services firms including Baldwin Commodities Corporation (a Treasury bond futures proprietary trading company), MC Baldwin Financial Company (an international financial services joint venture between Mitsubishi Corporation and Baldwin Financial Corporation) and commodity trading adviser (CTA) Baldwin Managed Futures.
Baldwin was a full member director of the CBOT Committee and the Executive Committee. He was chairman of the CPO/CTA Advisory Subcommittee and chairman of the Regulatory Compliance Committee. In 1987 and 1988 he was on the Floor Governors' Committee.
In 1991, Baldwin and his family made headlines after they survived a crash of a small plane in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Baldwin was credited with saving his children and the pilot of that flight through his survival skills.
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Fund nicknamed ’50 Cent’ made $2.6 billion hedging the coronavirus sell-off; VIX futures point to coronavirus worries for months to come
Nasdaq Announces End-of-Month Open Short Interest Positions in Nasdaq Stocks as of Settlement Date March 31, 2020
CME Group Achieves Record International Average Daily Volume of 7.2 Million Contracts in Q1 2020, Up 57 Percent from Q1 2019
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