Pickel plans to stay with swaps industry after leaving Isda

After 17 years, Pickel is looking for new opportunities. The outgoing Isda chief executive could go back to law, or look for a role with one of the firms that has been introduced to the OTC market by regulatory change

Robert Pickel

Robert Pickel plans to stay within the industry after stepping down as chief executive of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (Isda), and says there may be an opportunity for him at one of the firms that has sprung up as a result of market structure reforms - trading platforms, clearing houses, and repositories. He will continue as Isda's chief executive in a full-time capacity until July.

Pickel first became chief executive in 2001, stepping down in 2009 to become executive vice

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