On the move

A roundup of job moves in banks, regulators, investors and vendors in the Asia region


In a move that would boost its listed commodity futures business globally, interdealer broker Icap says it has formed a new team of agricultural and soft commodity brokers in Australia led by a former broker who joined from failed futures broker MF Global.

Based in Sydney, the team of three brokers is led by Gary Booth, formerly of MF Global. The interdealer broker says it will deal in both exchange-traded and over-the-counter agricultural products which include grains, wool, cotton and sugar to

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