CMC Markets Completes Non-Executive Board Changes

The third appointment to the non-executive part of the company's board has been approved by the FCA .

Paul Wainscott Joins CMC’s board after getting FCA approval. The move is part of the recent non-executive board member changes that the company announced in July. At the time, the brokerage also publicised the addition of another new non-executive board member, Clare Salmon.

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Earlier this month she already started her tenure after the FCA approved her appointment. Today the company is making public that the UK watchdog has also approved Paul Wainscott and he will be taking his seat on the board.

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Mr Wainscott has over 27 years of experience working at Peep Group where he served as Finance Director. He has vast experience at board level in several different sectors including real estate, transport, media and utilities.

During the summer months, CMC Markets also appointed Sarah Ing as a non-executive director. Her vast experience in the financial industry was instrumental to her being chosen to succeed non-executive director Malcolm McCaig. He announced that he is leaving the board of the UK-headquartered brokerage after the conclusion of the firm’s annual meeting on July 27th.

Earlier this month the company officially announced that Clare Salmon got regulatory approval to join the company. With broad experience across several companies operating in the service sector of the economy like AA, RSA, Vodafone and Royal London, she is another quality addition to board.

Clare is an experienced non-executive director after having spent six years on the board of Alliance Trust Plc, and most recently was CEO of the British Equestrian Federation.

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