Ian Lowitt joined Marex Spectron in July 2012 as CFO, becoming CEO in January 2016. He was previously at Barclays Wealth America where he served as Chief Operating Officer. Prior to Barclays, Ian spent 14 years at Lehman Brothers, latterly as CFO and prior to that, as Co-Chief Administrative Officer.
Paolo Tonucci joined Marex Spectron in March 2018 as Chief Operating Officer. He was previously at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (Commbank) based in Sydney, where he was Group Treasurer, with responsibility for funding, capital and balance sheet management. Before Commbank, he was Head of Funding and Liquidity at Barclays Bank in London. Prior to Barclays, Paolo spent 12 years at Lehman Brothers in London and New York, latterly as Global Treasurer where he managed a team of 220. Paolo is a Chartered Accountant and has an MA in Economics from the University of Cambridge.
Simon van den Born
Global Head of Metals
Simon van den Born joined Marex Spectron in 2010 and was appointed to the Board of Marex Spectron Group in January 2016. He previously spent ten years at Goldman Sachs in the Commodity Index and Metals teams before moving to become a Portfolio Manager at Valhalla Capital Management in 2004.
Managing Director, Head of U.S. and Joint Head of Energy
Hunter Baldwin joined Marex Spectron in July of 2010 from Newedge where he spent 12 years in various roles, including head of Fixed Income. He started his career on the Chicago Board of Trade in 1988 as a broker. From 1992 through 1996 he was Divisional Head of futures for Deutsche Bank Australia.
Carla Stent was appointed Non-Executive Chair of the Marex Spectron Board in January 2019, having previously been a Non-Executive Board Member since 2014. Carla has extensive executive and non-executive international experience across financial services, principally banking and private equity, as well as retail and travel. Carla is a qualified Chartered Accountant and has a Masters in Advanced Accounting, Taxation, Business Administration and Auditing from the University of South Africa, Cape Town.
Jeremy Isaacs CBE
Lord Stanley Fink