Ray McKenzie is a veteran futures industry and financial services executive, who has worked for exchanges, banks and brokerage firms. He is an enterprise account executive at Apple, which he joined as a business specialist in July of 2016.
McKenzie worked for the listed derivatives arm of Morgan Stanley from 2005 to 2008. He had also worked for Morgan Stanley from 1983 to 1994 as co-head of the currency futures arbitrage group. He became a managing director in 1989.
Immediately before joining Morgan a second time, he was director of customer relationship management for electronic trading and director of Foreign Exchange at Chicago Mercantile Exchange from 2001 to 2005.
McKenzie was a managing partner at Cambridge Technology Partners, a technology company.
He began his career on the floor of the CME as an arbitrage clerk for J. Aron.
He is also a volunteer for A Leg to Stand On, a charity that provides prosthetic limbs to children in developing countries.
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ICE Futures U.S. posted a monthly volume record of 850,244 contracts in its ICE U.S. Dollar Index futures in June. It also hit a daily volume record of 81,814 contracts on June 9 when the notional value of USDX contracts traded exceeded $6 billion. Jim Kharouf spoke with Ray McKenzie, vice president of ICE Futures U.S. about what is driving volumes on the dollar index, what sets it apart from competing indices, ICE’s re-launched FX futures and where the FX futures markets are going. Published July 18, 2011.
New York University, Bachelor of Liberal Arts, 1989, Gallatin Division
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