Bullion Capital, an electronic exchange for physical precious metals, has appointed industry mainstay, Bill Hubard as its newest Chief Economist, according to a Bullion statement.
In his new role as the Chief Economist at Bullion Capital, Mr. Hubard will help strengthen the group’s extant operations and industry focus, which will target investment, trading and exchanges. He joins Bullion Capital from Markets.com, having worked in a similar role there.
Mr. Hubard steps into his new role at Bullion Capital with an extensive wealth of experience across the financial services industry, which has spanned over four decades. In his new role as the Chief Economist at Bullion Capital, he will be representing the company across a plethora of various financial conferences and seminars.
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He has repeatedly given training lectures on Bloomberg TV, eventually joining the network in years past. Mr. Hubard also served as an economics commentator for two years for CNBC-TV, focusing on commodities. Past stops include Morgan Guaranty Trust Co, Morgan Stanley, as well as many other destinations, including most recently at Markets.com.
According to Tom Coughlin, Bullion Capital’s CEO, in a recent statement on the appointment, “Bill’s appointment brings an incomparable wealth of financial experience to the table and I am thrilled to have him on board. His insights are second-to-none and already the contribution he is making is proving to be invaluable to the team.”
“His professional acumen is helping us stay ahead of the game, move our company forward and realise our mission to develop the world’s largest and most efficient electronic exchange for physical precious metals,” he added.