Infinium Names Rose CEO

Rose formely headed up the firm's market making and algorithmic trading operations.

Infinium Capital Management has promoted Scott Rose to the role of CEO.

Rose previously served as head of trading, including its market making and algorithmic divisions, at the proprietary firm, which has offices in Chicago, New York, and London. Prior to Infinium, he held positions at Fox River Investment Services, Citadel Investment Group, Bank of America and Chicago Research and Trading Group.

With Rose's move, current founder and CEO Charles Whitman will take on the post of chairman.

"Since joining Infinium in 2010, Scott has brought unparalleled expertise and insights to our business enabling us to enhance our position as one of the foremost providers of liquidity across our markets," says Whitman. "I am confident that Scott's deep experience in trading and technology, as well as his demonstrated success as a business builder, will ensure that Infinium continues to grow and develop in the future."

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