Institute for Financial Markets names Hinko as president

Hinko has also worked as a director of industry relations at the International Swaps and Derivatives Association from 1994 to 2000, where she worked on over-the-counter derivatives issues in operations, collateral, tax, market practice, accounting and energy. She has also worked as an administrative officer for investment banks Merrill Lynch and Goldman Sachs.

“Susan’s experience in commercial banking, investment banking and OTC derivatives will enhance our core expertise in the futures and options arena and position us to respond to the substantial changes taking place across the financial services sector,” said Margaret Eisen, IFM chairman.Kinko will split her time between Washington DC and New York. “It’s a very exciting challenge as [the IFM] diversifies away from being only a futures-related entity,” Kinko told RiskNews. “We actually do a lot of ethics training for the NYSE [New York Stock Exchange] and the SIA [Securities Industry Association] as well as the NFA [National Futures Association], and I hope we can expand that base in the current business environment.”

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