James Proudlock is set to join LME Clear as deputy chief executive in April
The London Metal Exchange has appointed
former JP Morgan managing director James Proudlock as its new
deputy head of LME Clear, the second senior management change
at the exchange this month.
Proudlock will become deputy chief
executive of the LME’s clearing house, a new role,
in April, according to the exchange, and will report to current
LME Clear chief executive Adrian Farnham.
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