The over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives division of Marex Spectron, Marex Solutions, has a new addition to its EMEA OTC Metals team in London – Matthew Gill – the company announced this Monday.
Gill was appointed to build-out the EMEA Metals team. He joins the firm from Société Générale where he spent nine years covering base metal sales to corporate and financial institutions.
While here he held the title of Vice President Base Metals Derivatives Sales. For his last two years of employment with the French bank, he focused solely on the United States market.
According to his LinkedIn profile, at Marex Solutions, Gill is specializing in corporate clients offering OTC base and precious metal products. The advice includes Base metal corporate hedging, Base metal and commodity derivatives in all currencies, OTC swaps and averaging pricing, Structured and complex options, and Precious metals.
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Matthew Gill to strengthen Marex Solutions
Commenting on the appointment, Nilesh Jethwa, CEO of Marex Solutions, said: “Metals is a traditional strength of Marex Spectron, and by adding our innovative OTC solutions to the mix we are looking to further enhance the franchise. Matthew is a great addition to our team as a high calibre product specialist who has worked with some of the biggest names in the market.”
Prior to working with Société Générale, Gill spent just over six years with Natixis Commodity Markets, where he was an account executive, joining in August of 2004. In this role he was a London Metal Exchange (LME) floor broker, servicing clients for the LME.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Gill kicked off his career in August of 2001 at MF Global (Man Financial) where he was an options broker. He worked here for slightly more than three years, leaving the firm in August 2004.
“We always look for new ways to innovate and help our clients across not just metals, but also energy and agriculture. Marex Solutions provides us with additional capabilities that augment our strong existing footprint,” added Simon Van Den Born, President of Marex Spectron.