Profit & Loss understands that David Schulz has left exchange group Cboe, where was a director in the firm’s global markets group most latterly focused on its bitcoin futures offering.
Schulz joined Cboe in November 2012 after a more than eight year spell at rival exchange firm CME, where he was a director, FX products.
Prior to moving into the exchange space Schulz was a CME floor trader in Chicago for more than three years after exiting the banking industry after a 20 year career with Merrill Lynch in FX trading.
Schulz, who in 2011 was named to the Profit & Loss Hall of Fame, started his trading career in FX at Lloyds Bank New York in 1986. His next destination is not yet known but he is believed to be actively seeking another role in the industry.