Tullett Prebon Plc said Angus Wink, its CEO for Europe,the Middle East and Africa, will retire from the company, effective immediately.
Wink will continue to provide counselto the company as an independent adviser from early 2017. James Potter willsucceed Wink.
Wink joined Tullett & TokyoForex as a money broker in 1989 and steadily rose within Tullett Prebon tobecome EMEA CEO in 2008. Potter is currently managing director for treasury andemerging markets.
Separately, Tullett Prebon namedthe members of the global executive committee of TP ICAP, the enlarged groupthat would result from the completion of Tullett Prebon's acquisition of 's global hybrid voicebroking and information business later in 2016.
The executive committee willinclude CFO Andrew Baddeley, a group COO to be named following ICAP COO KenPigaga's decision notto serve in the same role at TP ICAP. It also includes Group Chief Risk OfficerWendy Phillis, group head of strategy Mihiri Jayaweera, group human resourceshead Carrie Heiss, group general counsel and compliance head Philip Price andgroup corporate affairs head Rebecca Shelley.
Also part of the executivecommittee are Tullett Prebon's global broking CEO, Nicolas Breteau, ICAP'sglobal broking CEO, David Casterton, TP ICAP's data and analytics CEO, Frank Desmond,TP ICAP's energy and commodities CEO, Andrew Polydor, and TP ICAP'sinstitutional services CEO, Sam Ruiz.
ICAP's EMEA CEO, Frits Vogels, whowill also be EMEA CEO for TP ICAP, and Potter, who will be EMEA deputy CEO atTP ICAP, will also sit on the executive committee. Also joining the committeeare TP ICAP Americas CEO John Abularrage and Nick Deflora, deputy CEO for TPICAP Americas. TP ICAP Asia-Pacific CEO Hugh Gallagher and TP ICAP Asia-PacificDeputy CEO Barry Dennahy will also be part of the executive committee.
Tullett Prebon CEO JohnPhizackerley noted that: "Tullett Prebon and ICAP and their associatedbrands will remain separate and will continue to compete."