Senator Dodd more interested in legacy than reform, says CBOE chief


The chairman of the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) has attacked Washington DC's approach to regulatory reform efforts, criticising Congress for "wanting to beat up on anybody that has anything to do with finance" and not distinguishing between those agents culpable for the financial crisis and those largely uninvolved.

Speaking at the CBOE risk management conference in Naples, Florida on Monday, the exchange's chairman and chief executive, William Brodsky, questioned whether the ongoing

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