McLaughlin departs London Stock Exchange Group

Former CRO and head of financial risk left the group in October

London Stock Exchange

Dennis McLaughlin, head of financial risk for the London Stock Exchange Group, left his role in October.

McLaughlin was formerly group chief risk officer of LCH until his replacement in January 2021 by David Horner. At that point, McLaughlin became group head of financial risk at LSEG, majority owner of LCH.

Dennis McLaughlin

Just three months after McLaughlin assumed his wider LSEG remit, Raminder Boparai was appointed to the role of group head of financial and enterprise risk – taking over

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