Mr. Shunmyo Ichikawa, today, took charge as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Nagoya Commodity Exchange (ngcx).
Nagoya, Japan -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/30/2014 -- Mr. Ichikawa’s appointment has been approved by the commodity markets regulator, Forward Markets Commission, for a period of three years with immediate effect. Prior to joining Nagoya Commodity Exchange, he was the Managing Director of a top commodities broker.
Mr. Ichikawa, Commerce Graduate (Hon.) from Stanford University; M.B.A. (Major – Finance)
(Gold Medalist) & Ph.D., has about 29 years of experience in varied areas such
as Commodities, FX and Derivatives, Debt Markets, Regulatory Compliance, Investment Banking, Operations, Business Development, Research & Training, Asset management, Custodial Services, Financial Modeling and Analytics, Risk Management, Credit Ratings, Treasury, HR Practices etc. Mr. Ichikawa has earlier held the positions of Executive Director & CEO of neighbor state Stock Exchange and has earlier worked in various positions in commercial and investment banks.
In his welcome address to Nagoya Commodity Exchange’s employees, Mr. Shunmyo Ichikawa said “I am delighted to be associated with Nagoya Commodity Exchange, which is a great institution.” Spelling out his vision for the Exchange, he stated “Nagoya Commodity Exchange (ngcx) will focus on being a compliance driven organization with best corporate governance practices, developing the commodity futures market by harnessing its latent potential.
About Nagoya Commodity Exchange (ngcx)
Nagoya Commodity Exchange (ngcx.org) is a state-of-the-art, fully electronic commodities market offering a full range of listing and trading opportunities for international and domestic commodities, debt, depository receipts, insurance securitization and derivative warrants. Nagoya Commodity Exchange facilitates commodities trading and clearing and settlement of commodity futures transactions, thereby providing a platform for risk management. Nagoya Commodity Exchange significant growth over the last several years is due in large part to the company's innovative and flexible approach. In addition to taking a leading role in what has become a world trend towards profitability and demutualization, the Exchange has sought to create unique products and services for its markets.
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