Jack Sandner

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Jack Sandner
JackSandner.jpg
Occupation Director
Employer [[CME Group]]
Website www.cmegroup.com/



[[Category:CME Group - Current Employees]] [[Category:CME Group]]

John F. (Jack) Sandner, a former CME chairman, has served as a director of CME Group since July 2007.[1]

Background

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Previously he served as a director of CME Holdings' board since its formation in August 2001. Since July 2003 he has served as chairman of E*Trade Futures, LLC.

Sandner has been a member of CME's board since 1978 and a member of the exchange for more than 31 years. He also served as special policy advisor to CME Holdings' board from August 2001 to October 2005 and to CME's board from January 1998 to October 2005. Previously, he served as chairman of CME's board for 13 years.

Sandner was previously president and CEO of RB&H Financial Services, L.P., from 1985 to November 2003, now a division of MF Global, Inc. Sandner serves as a consultant to RB&H Financial Services. He currently serves on the board of directors of National Futures Association and on the NFA Executive Committee.

In 2007, he was inducted into the Futures Industry Association Futures Hall of Fame.[2]

Previously, he was chairman and CEO of FreeDrive.com, an Internet applications and storage company served on the board of Click Commerce, an Internet channel management software company.[3] Sandner is a member of the Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago.[4]

Politically in 2007, Sandner donated to John McCain 2008 Inc., Hillary Clinton for President, Romney for President and Friends of Richard Durbin Committee.[5]

Education

Registration Information

  • John F. Sandner - NFA ID 0082971
  • E*Trade Securities LLC - NFA ID 0320906

References

  1. "Board of Directors”. CME Group.
  2. "FIA Futures Hall of Fame”. www.futuresindustry.org/.
  3. {{{name}}}. Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago.
  4. About Us. Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago.
  5. John Sandner. NewsMeat.