Dmitrij Senko named Eurex Clearing’s Chief Risk Officer


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Eurex Clearing, part of Deutsche Börse Group, has announced that it has appointed Dmitrij Senko as Chief Risk Officer.

Erik Müller
Erik Müller

It’s great news that Dmitrij has agreed to join the board,” said Erik Müller, CEO of Eurex Clearing. “Risk management is at the core of our business and is of special importance to Eurex Clearing. Dmitrij has been with us many years, and I am very happy that we will benefit from his expertise and deep knowledge in the years to come.

Senko joined Eurex in 2010 and will take over from Thomas Laux on 1 July 2019. Laux is leaving Eurex Clearing, but assures that he will work closely with Senko to ensure a smooth handover and seamless transition.

Thomas Laux is an outstanding risk expert, and I thank him for his work and commitment over the last years,” says Thomas Book, Member of the Executive Board of Deutsche Börse. “He has played a major role in making Eurex Clearing what it is today. The most prominent example of his achievements is our industry-leading risk engine Prisma. With Dmitrij, we will build on this success and continue to innovate to deliver outstanding risk management services to the markets.

Eurex Clearing has recently expanded its Partnership Program to cover the repo and OTC foreign exchange (OTC FX) segments, and started offering clearing services for swap transactions to clients of futures commission merchants (FCMs) domiciled in the U.S.

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