Alger "Duke" Chapman Jr.
|Alger "Duke" Chapman Jr.|
|Born||September 28, 1931|
|💀Died||February 18, 2013 (aged 81)|
Little Rock, ArkansasFebruary 18, 2013 (aged 81)
|🎓 Alma mater||Williams College|
Columbia Law School
|CEO of Shearson, Hammill & Co.|
Chairman and CEO of the Chicago Board Options Exchange
Early life and career
He worked at the Securities and Exchange Commission and then at the New York Stock Exchange, where he was a Vice President. he then joined Shearson Hammill in 1966. He rose to become President and CEO of Shearson Hammill, eventually merging the company with Hayden, Stone & Co.. He stayed with the company and its successor. In 1986, he became Chairman and CEO of the Chicago Board Options Exchange. After quitting in 1997, Chapman joined ABN Amro where he remained until his retirement in 2004.
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