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WGC Appoints David Tait As CEO Designate

Market development organisation for gold industry, The World Gold Council (WGC) recently appointed David Tait as its new CEO.

Tait joins the WGC from being the global head of Fixed Income Macro Products at Credit Suisse, following a career in the financial services industry. Prior to that, he held senior trading roles at both Credit Suisse and UBS Investment Bank, said the company in a statement.

David Tait

The incoming CEO began his career trading at Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse and then built considerable asset management experience at Bluecrest Capital, Peloton Partners and Citadel Europe. He is currently an independent member of the Bank of England’s FICC Market Standards Board. Tait is also a major supporter of the NSPCC and has raised over £1 million by climbing Mount Everest on five occasions. He was awarded an MBE by the Queen for his services to the charity.

Tait will join the organisation on January, 7th in 2019 as CEO designate for a transitionary period. He officially takes office on February, 25th. He will succeed Aram Shishmanian, who has served as CEO over the past 10 years.

“I would like to thank Aram Shishmanian for the leadership role he has played over the past decade. As CEO, he has transformed the World Gold Council into a truly influential organisation that has helped to stimulate and sustain the demand for gold globally. I am looking forward to working with David Tait to continue this important work,” commented David Harquail, chair of the World Gold Council.

David Tait added: “Global markets have undergone immense change over recent years and the case for investing in gold is as relevant today as it was for investors a century ago. I look forward to working closely with the members of the World Gold Council as we develop what is next for gold in these increasingly uncertain times.”

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