Barry Lind, a leading member at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange has died.
Lind served five terms on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange’s board of directors. He played a key role in creating the International Monetary Market and was a director of the National Futures Association for 12 years.
Lind formerly served on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange board of directors, co-founded Chicago-based Lind-Waldock in 1965.
The Northwestern University graduate was inducted into the Futures Hall of Fame in 2006.
He was a nice guy. I remember he would ride to the merc in a LIMO from the North Shore and then his guy would bring down his Porsche 911 park it and then Barry would drive it home. After a stop on Rush street.