London Capital Group Holdings (LCG) has announced that Malcom McCaig will be retiring from his position as the non-executive director at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) this upcoming May due to personal circumstances that were not disclosed presently, via a report from the London Stock Exchange.
LCG is a leading provider of online trading services, specializing in Forex, futures and CFDs. McCaig had been part of LCG for the past four years and has been actively involved as a board member in six other firms, including retail and investment banking, insurance, lending and brokers affiliates.
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According to a statement released by the AGM board at LCG, “A search for a replacement has begun and the Board would like to thank Malcolm for all his work over the past four years on behalf of the Company.”