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Keith D. Bronstein is a portfolio manager and president of [[TradeLink Holdings LLC]]. He joined the firm in 1982.  Bronstein is also a Principal in [[Digilog Capital LLC]].
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Keith D. Bronstein is a [[portfolio]] manager and president of [[TradeLink Holdings LLC]], a diversified financial services group based in Chicago.
  
He's a former Board Director of the [[CBOT]] and Governor of the [[Chicago Board of Trade Clearing Corp.]] and first began trading in 1965 at the age of 16. Bronstein did his undergraduate work in Economic History at the University of Wisconsin and his graduate work at The University of Chicago.
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He is one of the traders featured in the book "My Word is My Bond" about the Chicago Board of Trade and its traders. It was written by his wife,  Arlene Bronstein.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1585991/plotsummary|name=My Word Is My Bond: The History of the Chicago Board of Trade|org=IDB|date=November 5, 2019}}</ref>
  
Bronstein became a member of the [[CBOT]] in 1971. In a letter submitted to the Chicago Tribune<ref>{{cite web|url=http://newsblogs.chicagotribune.com/news_opinion_letters/2007/05/a_total_chicago.html|name=newsblogs.chicagotribune.com|org=Chicago Tribune|date=October 13,2007}}</ref>, he touted the [[CME]]'s marriage with the [[CBOT]] as a potential facilitator of new product innovation, technology enhancements, trading opportunities and increased efficiencies.  
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== Background ==
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Bronstein joined the firm, which combines [[proprietary]] [[trading]] with an [[asset]] management and software operation, in 1982. He is also a principal of its [[DigiLog Capital LLC]] [[investment]] unit.
  
Bronstein is a founding member of the [[Chicago Climate Exchange]] and a member of that organization's sister organization the [[Chicago Climate Futures Exchange]]. He's served as chairman of the Board for SLIL Biomedical and has served on the Board of American Ecology Corp. He also sits on the board of Electronic Recyclers.
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He is a former board member of the [[Chicago Board of Trade]], where he became a member in 1971, and governor of the [[Chicago Board of Trade Clearing Corp.]]<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.grantspub.com/conferences/Bronstein-Keith|name=Keith Bronstein|org=Grant's Interest Rate Observer|date=November 5, 2019}}</ref> He started trading in 1965 at the age of 16.
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Bronstein was a founding member of the [[Chicago Climate Exchange]] and a member of that organization's sister organization, the [[Chicago Climate Futures Exchange]]. He has served as chairman of the board for SLIL Biomedical and has served on the board of American Ecology Corp. He also sits on the board of Electronic Recyclers.
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== Education ==
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Bronstein did his undergraduate work in Economic History at the University of Wisconsin and his graduate work at the University of Chicago.
  
 
== Registration Information ==
 
== Registration Information ==
  
*[http://www.nfa.futures.org/basicnet/Details.aspx?entityid=0047749&rn=Y KEITH DOUGLAS BRONSTEIN] - NFA ID: 0047749
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*{{NFA|id=0047749|name=Keith Douglas Bronstein}}
*[http://www.nfa.futures.org/BasicNet/Details.aspx?entityid=0267864 DIGILOG CAPITAL LLC] - NFA ID: 0267864
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*{{NFA|id=0267864|name=Digilog Capital LLC}}
*[http://www.nfa.futures.org/BasicNet/Details.aspx?entityid=0001768 TRADELINK LLC] - NFA ID: 0001768
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*{{NFA|id=0001768|name=Tradelink LLC}}
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:37, 5 November 2019

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Keith D. Bronstein
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Occupation President
Employer TradeLink Holdings
Location Chicago
Website http://www.tradelinkllc.com

Keith D. Bronstein is a portfolio manager and president of TradeLink Holdings LLC, a diversified financial services group based in Chicago.

He is one of the traders featured in the book "My Word is My Bond" about the Chicago Board of Trade and its traders. It was written by his wife, Arlene Bronstein.[1]

Background

Bronstein joined the firm, which combines proprietary trading with an asset management and software operation, in 1982. He is also a principal of its DigiLog Capital LLC investment unit.

He is a former board member of the Chicago Board of Trade, where he became a member in 1971, and governor of the Chicago Board of Trade Clearing Corp.[2] He started trading in 1965 at the age of 16.

Bronstein was a founding member of the Chicago Climate Exchange and a member of that organization's sister organization, the Chicago Climate Futures Exchange. He has served as chairman of the board for SLIL Biomedical and has served on the board of American Ecology Corp. He also sits on the board of Electronic Recyclers.

Education

Bronstein did his undergraduate work in Economic History at the University of Wisconsin and his graduate work at the University of Chicago.

Registration Information

  • Keith Douglas Bronstein - NFA ID 0047749
  • Digilog Capital LLC - NFA ID 0267864
  • Tradelink LLC - NFA ID 0001768

References

  1. My Word Is My Bond: The History of the Chicago Board of Trade. IDB.
  2. Keith Bronstein. Grant's Interest Rate Observer.