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Kevin Rodgers joins Arion Investment Management

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Opalesque Industry Update, for New Managers - Arion Investment Management, the London based commodity specialist, is pleased to announce that Kevin Rodgers has joined the company in the capacity of an independent Non- Executive Director.

Mr Rodgers' experience spans almost three decades. Most recently as a Managing Director at Deutsche Bank, covering various managerial positions in FX and Commodities over a 15- year period. His last position at the bank was Global Head of FX. Prior to that he traded fixed income products at Bankers Trust and was an FX Options trader at Merrill Lynch.

More recently Kevin has held roles including as an advisor/partner at Cumulus Asset Management and has authored a book called 'Why Aren't They shouting? A Banker's Tale of Change, Computers and Perpetual Crisis'.

Arion's Managing Director, Gerardo Tarricone, commented: "Following the recent appointment of Richard Reinert last month we are delighted to be able to continue to both strengthen our board and diversify its skillset further now that Kevin has also joined us. His expertise in both FX and Commodities alongside his vast tenure and experience of management in large corporates is something we are keen to leverage off as a business."


Related:

Arion Investment Management launches first commodities fund

Arion launches copper arbitrage strategy

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