Robert Cox is a vice president in the financial markets group at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He advises the Bank’s senior management on matters involving central counterparty (CCP) risk and exchange-traded derivatives.
Previously, Cox was the head of the listed derivatives and clearing business for HSBC in the Americas and the founder and head of the futures business of Goldman Sachs in East Asia. He also served as a board member at the Hong Kong Clearing Corporation and the Singapore International Monetary Exchange (SIMEX), and he was a member of the Hong Kong Exchange Group’s Clearing Consultative Panel.
Cox holds a B.A. in economics from Northwestern University.