Daniel F. Brophy

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Daniel Brophy
Occupation Principal
Employer Tenco
Location Chicago

Daniel F. Brophy is a CBOT member,[1] NFA-registered floor broker[2], prinical of Tenco Inc. and owner of Red Rock Trading, LLC. He formerly served as a member of the board of directors of the Minneapolis Grain Exchange. He is chairman of the futures committee of the Commodity Markets Council.

Background

Brophy is a former member of the New York Stock Exchange.

As a CBOT member, Brophy traded grain futures for more than 20 years[3] and traded catastrophe futures developed by Richard Sandor among other contracts.[4]

He also previously served on the board of governors of the Board of Trade Clearing Corporation.[5] He was a board member in 1999 when BOTCC restructured their structure, giving larger firms more representation.[6]

Brophy is a member of the board of regents of the Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.[7]

Education

Registration

  • Daniel Folsom Brophy - NFA ID 0080985

References

  1. “I don’t think there are enough acres to satisfy the demand in all these commodities” says Chicago trader as soy, wheat, corn prices soar. BioFuels Digest.
  2. Basic. National Futures Association.
  3. Donohue, Lawyer Who Never Traded, Shifts From Pits. Bloomberg.
  4. Is `Catastrophe Pit' Lined With Silver?. Wall Street Journal.
  5. 1999 Annual Report. Clearing Corporation.
  6. BOTCC Adjusts Governance Structure. Futures Industry Magazine.
  7. Board of Regents. Mercy Home for Boys & Girls.