London Metals Exchange's new chief executive is just 35 years old

Friday, 21 April 2017
London Metals Exchange (LME) has appointed Matthew Chamberlain as its chief executive. At just 35 years old, he is the youngest chief exec of any exchange in the world.

A former UBS investment banker, Chamberlain has been interim chief executive of the LME since January this year when boss Garry Jones stepped down. He's...

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