By bundling all asset classes, our customers will also benefit from further synergies on our trading and clearing platforms. Together, we will focus even more on finding innovative answers to the structural changes in the markets.
Paul Hilgers said:
I am really looking forward to my new role at Deutsche Börse, which I have known for years from a customer perspective. The cash market is a versatile business area with a significance and appeal far beyond the trading business.
Hilgers brings close to 30 years of capital market experience. His career began as trader on the derivatives market in the early nineties. In 2003, he managed a European trading business at Van der Moolen in Amsterdam. Hilgers became commercial director for Fortis Clearing Asia Pacific in Sydney in 2005. Two years later he joined Market Maker Optiver in Amsterdam as Director of Market Structure Asia Pacific, where in 2010 he was promoted to CEO Asia Pacific. He was CEO of Optiver between 2014 and 2017. Hilgers is a member of the Supervisory Board of Euro CCP at present.
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