CHICAGO – (November 14, 2012) – Futures International, a subsidiary of independent interdealer broker OTC Global Holdings (OTCGH), announced today the addition of Terry Reilly as senior commodity analyst.

Reilly joins a growing research team at Futures International, the leading on-floor exchange brokerage group in agricultural markets at the CME, and his 12 plus years of experience in institutional agricultural futures further strengthen the company’s ability to meet the needs of its customers.

Prior to joining Futures International, Reilly worked at Citi and conducted price discovery for the grain and oilseed futures commodity markets while also sharing fundamental market information with institutional and retail brokers through a series of daily market commentaries, in-depth market reports and customized research materials. He was frequently engaged by financial news services and his expert insight appeared in the media on a number of occasions. In addition, Reilly developed quarterly and annual long-term outlook reports, interacted with various special equity analyst publications and expanded Citi’s global client audience by integrating the department’s research with several internal and external portals.

Reilly began his career at Gillette in Boston, where he worked as a demand planning analyst initially then later as a vendor service representative. He is a graduate of Boston College’s Carroll School of Management and received his Bachelor of Science and Marketing from the University.

“It’s exciting to join a brokerage that has grown so rapidly in the last year,” said Reilly “I am looking forward to helping build out Futures International’s research component so that we can continue developing a global risk management team and provide additional value added services to our clients.”

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About OTC Global Holdings
Formed in 2007, OTC Global Holdings is headquartered in Houston and New York, with additional offices in Chicago, Jersey City, London and Louisville. It is a leading independent interdealer broker in over-the-counter commodities and the largest liquidity provider to CME ClearPort and ICE Clear U.S. Through its subsidiaries the company holds a dominant market share in the U.S. and Canadian natural gas markets, the U.S. power markets, crude oil and crude oil options, crude oil products and crude oil product options, agricultural and soft commodities, as well as structured weather and emission derivatives. The company serves more than 250 institutional clients, including 45 members of the Fortune 500, and transacts at over 150 different commodity delivery points. To learn more about the company, please visit or go to