The 2007 Award Plaque
(L-R) Keith Styrcula, Chairman of the Structured Products Association; Larry Olsen, VP of Standard & Poor's; Matt Moran, VP at CBOE, and Jason Ungar, Director, Ansbacher Investment Management.
Bill Speth and Matt Moran of CBOE hold the plaque.
Representatives of Standard & Poor's at the Super Bowl of Indexing Conference.
"During this decade, CBOE has pioneered the development of options-related benchmarks such as the CBOE PutWrite and BuyWrite indexes, and has worked vigorously to promote and develop these emerging new asset classes. We are gratified that the hard work and investment in innovation made by CBOE is recognized and held in such high regard by our peers. We thank Standard & Poor's for their partnership and continued support,"
-- William J. Brodsky, CBOE Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
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