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Standard Chartered appoints commodity trading heads

China, Indonesia and the UAE get new heads for commodity trading and agribusiness, including one new hire from Rabobank.
Standard Chartered Bank is showing its faith in the commodity industry with the recent appointment of three new country heads for its commodity trading and agribusiness CTA û in China, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates. The UK-headquartered bank says the appointments, which come at a time of slumping commodity prices, will strengthen its position to support customers active in the commodity sector. The move is also in line with its strategy to deepen the focus in its core markets of Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Ian Mote, who was previously head of CTA for Dubai, transferred to Shanghai in December to become head of CTA for China. Mote has been with Standard...
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