July 12 (Bloomberg) -- INTL FCStone Inc., one of 12 companies authorized to trade on the floor of the London Metal Exchange, said Alex Wilkinson left the company.
Kent Coughlin, a spokesman for INTL FCStone in Nashville, Tennessee, confirmed the departure today. Wilkinson was general manager of clearing and execution services for Europe, Middle East and Africa in London, according to information on the company’s website.
Wilkinson was previously managing director of RBC Capital Markets Ltd., responsible for the global futures business. He also spent eight years at Dresdner Kleinwort, a unit of Germany’s Allianz SE.
New York-based INTL FCStone provides advice, trading and clearing in metals, grains and foreign currencies for more than 10,000 clients, according to the company’s website. The company acquired the metals division of MF Global U.K. Ltd. last year and also bought Ambrian Commodities, the LME brokerage unit of Ambrian Capital Plc.
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