CMC Markets appoints Euan Marshall to its Board of Directors as CFO

– UK, London –  CMC Markets Plc (LON: CMCX), a leading global provider of online trading and institutional platform technology solutions, today announced the appointment of Euan Marshall to its Board of Directors. Euan will join the Board as Chief Financial Officer with effect from 1 November 2019.

Separately, Matthew Lewis, CMC’s Head of Asia Pacific and Canada, today also joins the Board with effect from 1 November 2019.

“I am delighted that Euan and Matthew are joining the Board of CMC. Euan has been with CMC for eight years, most recently as Group Head of Finance, and has made a significant contribution since taking up the interim CFO role in June this year. Matthew was instrumental in leading CMC’s transformational partnership with ANZ Bank and both he and Euan will play key roles in our strategic plans to grow and diversify the business,” said Peter Cruddas, CEO.

About CMC Markets plc

CMC Markets plc, whose shares are listed on the London Stock Exchange under the ticker CMCX, was established in 1989 and is now one of the world’s leading online financial trading businesses. The company serves retail and institutional clients through regulated offices and branches in 13 countries, with a significant presence in the UK, Australia, Germany and Singapore. CMC Markets offers an award-winning, online and mobile trading platform, enabling clients to trade up to 10,000 financial instruments across shares, indices, foreign currencies, commodities and treasuries through contracts for difference, financial spread bets and, in Australia, access stockbroking services.

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