Steve Staszak

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Steve Staszak is a retired derivatives industry professional who was formerly director of clearing operations for CME Group.[1]

He is also a musician and has participated in A Leg to Stand On musical fundraising events in Chicago.[2]

He has served as treasurer for the FIA Chicago Division.[3] He currently serves as secretary of the FIA Americas Operations division.[4]

In 2022, Staszak was elected to the FIA Hall of Fame.[5]

Background[edit]

Staszak started his career at the CME in 1985.

Education[edit]

Staszak earned an MBA from DePaul University in Chicago.

FIA Hall of Fame Video[edit]

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