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  • Ceres Global (CRP) has appointed Thomas Coyle to the Board of Directors, effective October 1, 2022
  • In addition to his role as Independent Director, Coyle will lead the board’s oversight of Ceres’ risk management and futures compliance
  • Coyle has over 43 years of experience working in Agriculture with a proven track record of implementing strategic direction in trading, operations and market risk advisory
  • Ceres connects farmers to customers around the world
  • Ceres Global Ag Corp. (CRP) is down by 4.85 per cent, trading at C$2.94 per share at 2:33 pm ET

Ceres Global (CRP) appointed Thomas Coyle to the Board of Directors, effective October 1, 2022.

In addition to his role as Independent Director, Coyle will lead the board’s oversight of Ceres’ risk management and futures compliance.

Coyle has over 43 years of experience working in Agriculture. He has a proven track record of implementing strategic direction in trading, operations and market risk advisory. Prior to retiring in 2019, he was Managing Director; North America at Cofco International and served as General Manager for Nidera’s Grain and Oilseed business.

He began his career at Continental Grain Co., where he eventually became Vice President of Marketing and Business Development and Vice President of Origination. He has had numerous international assignments throughout his career. Coyle is the former Chairman of the National Grain and Feed Association (NGFA), Chairman of the NGFA’s Risk Committee and a member of the NGFA’s Executive Committee.

He has been a member of numerous regulated futures markets in the U.S., including the Chicago Board of Trade, Minneapolis Grain Exchange, and Kansas City Board of Trade. He has served as a member of the Commodities Futures Trade Commission’s (CFTC) Market Risk Advisory Committee and Agriculture Advisory Committee.

Coyle’s work history and membership in regulated exchanges, combined with his participation on the CFTC Agriculture Advisory Committee, illustrate his extensive experience in the futures market and deep compliance expertise.

Ceres connects farmers to customers around the world. It adds value across agricultural, energy and industrial supply chains through efficient sourcing, storing, transporting and marketing of high‐quality agricultural commodities, value-added products and raw materials.

Ceres Global Ag Corp. (CRP) is down by 4.85 per cent, trading at C$2.94 per share at 2:33 pm ET.


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