CBH picks Gavilon trader

29 Nov, 2010 06:42 AM

AUSTRALIA'S largest grains handler CBH Group has poached Gavilon senior commodity trader Don Campbell to head its grains trading business.

US-based Gavilon recently raided CBH's trading team as it established an office in Perth to attack the co-operative's share of West Australia's wheat market.

Mr Campbell, who has been based in Gavilon's Brisbane office, will join CBH on January 10, The Australian Financial Review.

He has spent more than 20 years in the agricultural industry.

The Australian Financial ReviewSource: http://www.afr.com
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29/11/2010 3:40:28 PM, on Farm Weekly

Ha ha ha sounds like CBH trying to get back some face after being caught with their pants down. This is just too comical...be interesting to see who got the better deal in these swaps????


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