Deutsche Boerse has appointed Thomas Book and Erik Muller to lead its derivatives exchange and clearing house respectively, as it looks to finalise restructuring its markets and products division.
Book will lead the exchange as part of his new role as head of derivatives market trading at Deutsche Boerse. He was previously CEO of Eurex Clearing.
As of July 1 Muller, a managing director for group strategy and M&A for Deutsche Boerse, will succeed Book and take over the clearing house.
The change in leadership comes as the Frankfurt-based exchange group rolls out its newly created “Clients, Products & Core Markets” division, led by Jeffrey Tessler.
Andreas Preuss, who stepped down as CEO of Eurex last year, will now lead another newly created division “IT & Operations, Data & New Asset Classes.”