Sucden Financial promotes Lucy Wainman to Head of Sales for China

Following the departure of Jeremy Goldwyn, Lucy Wainman has been promoted to Head of Sales for China after 10 years with the company.

Today, British prime of prime brokerage Sucden Financial has appointed Lucy Wainman to the position of Head of Sales (China), following the recent departure of Jeremy Goldwyn.

Ms. Wainman has been with Sucden Financial since 2006, having previously started her commodity career at LME ring dealing member AMT in 2002. She will be responsible for the management and business development of the company’s Chinese client base, reporting to Paul Graham, Head of Industrial Commodities.

lucy-wainman_press_releaseMichael Overlander, CEO of Sucden Financial said; “Lucy is a highly experienced member of our industrial commodities team, which has worked closely with Jeremy for many years to build our presence in Asia.

I would like to take this opportunity of thanking Jeremy for his valuable contributions during his 13 years with us and wish him every success in his future career.”

Marc Bailey, Managing Director of Sucden Financial further explained We have a strong and established position in Asia, with experienced and knowledgeable teams in both London and Hong Kong serving an extensive and diverse client base.

Lucy’s appointment reaffirms our commitment to the continued growth of our operations in Asia.”

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