Eurex Clearing set to lose CRO

Thomas Laux stepping down next year

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Eurex parent Deutsche Börse, where Laux also spent time working on clearing systems

Eurex Clearing’s chief risk officer, Thomas Laux, is to leave the firm, Risk.net has learned.

Laux, who is understood to be leaving his position to pursue other interests, will continue working with the central counterparty’s new CRO until at least spring 2019, according to a spokesperson. Thomas Book, Eurex chief executive, announced the move at a recent townhall meeting.

Laux, who also served as a member of Eurex Clearing’s executive board, joined the firm in 2006, and was named head of risk

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