Jakc Marshall, SMU Contrubutor

Mark Novakovich joins Crunch Risk, Jack Marshall retiring

Written by Andre Marshall

Jack Marshall, a beloved member of the Crunch Risk team, has decided to retire.

Jack started his career on the CME floor in 1983, working as a clerk. He then became part of the Chicago origination/trading team in forex at Bank of America, where he worked for 23 years.

Jack joined me at Crunch Risk in 2013 and has been an integral member ever since. He was also instrumental in building out SMU’s coverage of steel and scrap futures.

Jack has built numerous close friendships in the steel and scrap industries, which he hopes to maintain. He is going to spend more time traveling with friends and family – including more time with his grandkids. We wish him the best in his next chapter!

With Jack retiring, Mark Novakovich is joining Crunch Risk effective April 2024. He has nearly 20 years’ experience working in physical and financial commodity markets in various roles – including risk management, logistics, and trading.

Most recently, Mark worked for S&P Global’s commodity division in sales and product development. He was responsible for creating price benchmarks and financially settled futures contracts.

Crunch Risk looks forward to having Mark as our new team member and we are excited for the expertise and perspective he brings to our clients.

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