Eddie Le Roux joined Proco Commodities in 2009 and is responsible for leading the Finance & Treasury Practice for EMEA.
With over 10 years’ executive search experience in the commodity trading markets, Eddie has a proven track record in identifying senior talent and managing team builds for a number of leading trading firms, hedge funds and investment banks.
Prior to his search career, Eddie spent several years working for a US listed Food & Beverages business which gave him the opportunity to work in locations across Europe and North America.
Our clients say
In addition to securing my previous position (Co-Head of Corporate Finance at Trafigura), Eddie Le Roux has been responsible for identifying key finance individuals for our business across Europe and Asia Pac. Eddie is a well networked search professional across the commodity finance & treasury space and operates in swift, professional and confidential manner. I would be happy to recommend Eddie and Proco Commodities.
Riccardo Greco, Group CFO ,
BB Energy Trading
Eddie Le Roux is a respected search professional and a valued contact within the commodity finance recruitment space. Eddie operates in a discreet fashion, has an extremely up to date view on the market and opportunity-set and I would be very happy to recommend him either to individuals wishing to have a confidential discussion regarding their career next steps or to organisations looking to hire senior finance professionals particularly in the commodities trading space.
Graham Ford, Non-Executive Director (former CFO Integrated Supply & Trading – BP Plc) ,
Oman Trading International Limited
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