Robert J. Oâ€™Brien Jr. â€“ Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Oâ€™Brien heads the executive management committee at County Cork. Prior to founding County Cork, Mr. Oâ€™Brien served as Vice Chairman and as President of R.J. Oâ€™Brien & Associates in Chicago, the largest independent Futures Clearing Merchant in the United States. Mr. Oâ€™Brien is currently a member of the Board of Directors of R.J. Oâ€™Brien. Mr. Oâ€™Brien holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Notre Dame, and a J.D. from Loyola University Chicago.
Thomas W. Senft - President / Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Senft is a member of the executive management committee and is responsible for the CTAâ€™s operations and risk management. Mr. Senft
brings nearly 35 years of futures industry experience, having served in top executive management positions with various brokerages and
FCMs. Mr. Senft holds a B.S. in Finance from Indiana University.
George F. Coyle - Chief Investment Officer
Mr. Coyle is responsible for the development of investment systems and strategies. Prior to joining County Cork in 2015, Mr. Coyle ran his own
CTA, Mount Analogue Capital Management. Before that he worked in a variety of capacities, including portfolio manager, analyst,
researcher, and trader for 13D Research (publisher of â€œWhat I Learned This Weekâ€), Manchester Trading, Clovis Capital Management, and
John A. Levin & Co. Mr. Coyle holds a B.S. in Finance from the Ohio State University and a M.A. in Applied Statistics from Columbia University.
Jerry F. Nolan â€“ Director of Business Development
Mr. Nolan is responsible for business development and client relationships. He is a 30 year veteran in the derivatives markets as a member of both CME and CBOT. For much of his trading floor career, Mr. Nolan worked in the Fixed Income Division at Morgan Stanley where he consulted with and executed trades for Primary Dealers, International Banks, and Hedge Funds- including CTAs. Mr. Nolan has a BS in Agricultural Economics from University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana and an MBA in Finance from DePaul University, Chicago.