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A Chicago native who began his career as a math teacher, Arbor joined the [[CBOT]] in 1965, spending a number of years as an independent trader.  
 
A Chicago native who began his career as a math teacher, Arbor joined the [[CBOT]] in 1965, spending a number of years as an independent trader.  
  
In 1982 he was first elected to the CBOT's board of directors. He served as vice chairman from 1986 to 1988 and as chairman from 1993 to 1999. Recognizing the need for more space to handle rapidly growing financial futures, he led the exchange’s construction of a new trading floor in 1997 while recognizing the importance of technology and using his influence to persuade the floor to adopt handheld order routing systems. It was also under his leadership that the CBOT formed a partnership with [[Eurex]] to provide an electronic trading platform for Treasury futures, a decisive change of course in the exchange’s history.https://www.futuresindustry.org/patrick-h.-arbor.asp
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In 1982 he was first elected to the CBOT's board of directors. He served as vice chairman from 1986 to 1988 and as chairman from 1993 to 1999. Recognizing the need for more space to handle rapidly growing financial futures, he led the exchange’s construction of a new trading floor in 1997 while recognizing the importance of technology and using his influence to persuade the floor to adopt handheld order routing systems. It was also under his leadership that the CBOT formed a partnership with [[Eurex]] to provide an electronic trading platform for Treasury futures, a decisive change of course in the exchange’s history.<ref>{{cite web|name="Patrick H. Arbor”|url=https://www.futuresindustry.org/patrick-h.-arbor.asp|org=www.futuresindustry.org|date=Nov. 24, 2007}}</ref>
  
  

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Patrick Arbor is a futures industry brokerage executive who served three terms as chairman of the Chicago Board of Trade in the 1990s. He is a principal in Shatkin Arbor Inc., a CBOT (CME Group) member clearing firm that services local traders.


Biography

A Chicago native who began his career as a math teacher, Arbor joined the CBOT in 1965, spending a number of years as an independent trader.

In 1982 he was first elected to the CBOT's board of directors. He served as vice chairman from 1986 to 1988 and as chairman from 1993 to 1999. Recognizing the need for more space to handle rapidly growing financial futures, he led the exchange’s construction of a new trading floor in 1997 while recognizing the importance of technology and using his influence to persuade the floor to adopt handheld order routing systems. It was also under his leadership that the CBOT formed a partnership with Eurex to provide an electronic trading platform for Treasury futures, a decisive change of course in the exchange’s history.[1]


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Registration Information

  • Patrick H Arbor - NFA ID 0074887
  • Shatkin Arbor Inc - NFA ID 0228686

References


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