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Meron Marcyniuk Meron MarcyniukGalena Commodity Trade Finance Fund - Credit Risk Officer Meron Marcyniuk has over 14 years of commodity and trade finance experience gained during

his banking career and 10 years experience of working in a commodity trading company and is the Credit Risk Officer of the Commodity Trade Finance Fund.

He started

his career at National Westminster Bank (9 years), joining Banque Indosuez (9 years) and then moving to ING Barings (5 years) before joining Trafigura 10 years ago to set up its credit team. Whilst with the Trafigura Group, Meron was the global head of credit risk management with the function expanding to 13 credit professionals located in four key regional offices across the globe. After a very successful period as the global head of credit risk management for the Trafigura Group, Meron transferred to become the Credit Risk Officer of the new Fund. Meron graduated from the University of Leeds in 1977 with an honours degree in physics.

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