Rick Kilcollin

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Rick Kilcollin
Occupation Co-Founder
Employer Sanborn Kilcollin Partners
Location Chicago
LinkedIn Profile

T. Eric "Rick" Kilcollin served for two years as president and CEO of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He resigned abruptly from the position in 1999 as organizational and technical changes rocked the futures industry in Chicago.[1]Kilcollin is a co-founder of Sanborn Kilcollin Partners, a hedge fund manager started in 2001.[2][3][4][5][6][7]

Background

Kilcollin started his career as an economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington.

He joined Wells Fargo Nikko Investments Advisors in San Francisco in 1994 and while at the firm served as chief executive officer of The Investments Group and a member of the executive committee of Wells Fargo Nikko Investments Advisors.

He became a COO at the CME in 1996, was elevated from executive vice president for business development in February 1997 and left the exchange in 1999.[8]

Education

AM 1975 and PhD 1980 University of Chicago

Published Work

Gerald A. Hanweck and Thomas E. Kilcollin, "Bank Profitability and Interest Rate Risk," Journal of Economics and Business, Spring 1982, Volume 36, Number 1.

References

  1. CEO, Caught Between Ex-Chairmen, Quits After Two Years. Investment News.
  2. Arrow Elkhorn US Long/Short. Morningstar.
  3. Rick Kilcollin. LinkedIn.
  4. MERC'S NEW LEADER SAYS HE WILL FOCUS ON CHANGE. Chicago Tribune.
  5. CHIEF EXEC OF MERC TO LEAVE IN MARCH. Chicago Tribune.
  6. Chicago Merc Names Kilcollin To Be President and CEO. Wall Street Journal.
  7. CME's Kilcollin Quits Top Posts 'Amiably'; No Successor Is Named. Wall Street Journal.
  8. Agreement Is Reached On Margins. NY Times.