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July 15, 1989 | From Associated Press
John H. Hanemann, the first member-elected chairman of the Commodity Exchange Inc., has resigned roughly a year after assuming the top position at the metals market, the exchange announced Friday. Hanemann, who cited "great demands" on his personal time and finances as the reason for his resignation, will be replaced by Robert E. Fink, first vice chairman of the Comex board. Fink, an independent floor trader, will serve as chairman until regularly scheduled board elections are held next March.
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July 15, 1989 | From Associated Press
John H. Hanemann, the first member-elected chairman of the Commodity Exchange Inc., has resigned roughly a year after assuming the top position at the metals market, the exchange announced Friday. Hanemann, who cited "great demands" on his personal time and finances as the reason for his resignation, will be replaced by Robert E. Fink, first vice chairman of the Comex board. Fink, an independent floor trader, will serve as chairman until regularly scheduled board elections are held next March.
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BUSINESS
March 9, 1988
John H. Hanemann, senior partner of Prestige Metal Trading Co., has been elected to a two-year term as chairman of Commodity Exchange Inc., succeeding Alan J. Brody, who retains his position as president and chief executive. The election represents the first time in the metal market's 55-year history that a chairman has been directly elected by the full membership of the exchange. Hanemann has been a member of the exchange since 1970 and was first elected to the board in 1979.
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April 8, 1989
Comex Chief to Resign: The president and chief executive of the Commodity Exchange of New York, Alan J. Brody, announced his resignation, effective June 30. Brody, 36, said he plans to pursue other business opportunities. Brody has served as Comex president and chief executive since 1981 and as chairman from 1987 to 1988, guiding the exchange through the silver crisis of the early 1980s and complex internal structural changes and fiscal issues. He also was the youngest person ever to be appointed to the presidency of a U.S. futures exchange.
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