SG appoints new commodity trading deputy

Neviaski replaces Serge Topolanski, who is moving to an unspecified new post in the commercial and investment banking arm of SG.

He will be responsible for developing commodity trading in Europe and Asia, including metals, plastics, emissions and energy trading. He will also become a director of the SG/Gaz de France energy trading joint venture Gaselys.

Neviaski was previously the first chief executive of Gaselys, which he helped to establish in 2001. Gaselys is 51% owned by Gaz de France and trades oil, gas and electricity on European physical and derivatives markets.

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