Posted by: APO | 30 June 2015

INTL FCStone Ltd Announces that Mr. Millison Kwadwo Narh, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana will open its Commodity Trading and Risk Management Seminar

INTL FCStone Ltd Announces that Mr. Millison Kwadwo Narh, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana will open its Commodity Trading and Risk Management Seminar

ACCRA, Ghana, June 30, 2015/African Press Organization (APO)/ INTL FCStone Ltd (, a wholly owned subsidiary of INTL FCStone Inc. (NASDAQ: INTL), today announced that Mr. Millison Kwadwo Narh, First Deputy Governor, Bank of Ghana, will open its Commodity Trading and Risk Management seminar on Thursday, 8th July 201 at 9:00 a.m. at the Labadi Beach Resort, Accra, Ghana.


Attendees of this two-day seminar will include representatives from Ghanaian business community and banking sector, the cocoa industry, grain producers, mineral producers, and governmental regulatory bodies including the Bank of Ghana and Securities and Exchange Commission.  There will also be regional participation from Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire, and from multilateral institutions including the IFC and African Development Bank.

The interactive seminar programme will explore the impact of developing local and regional commodities markets and engagement in global markets.  Participants will gain knowledge of  the development of local markets and exchanges, of promoting increased potential investment in commodity production and developing hedging strategies to manage commodity price risk.

Members of the media are invited and encouraged to attend the opening ceremony, and will be given an opportunity to interview the Deputy Governor if possible, and representatives of the INTL FCStone team about the seminar.

Local contact for media reservations:  Rosaline Nutsugah via email or on +233246508388.

Distributed by APO (African Press Organization) on behalf of INTL FCStone Ltd.


INTL FCStone Inc.

Kent Coughlin

Director of Public Relations


About INTL FCStone Ltd.

INTL FCStone Ltd ( is a Category One ring dealing member of the London Metal Exchange, a full clearing member of ICE Clear Europe, CMECE and LCH EnClear, and offers clearing services on a host of global exchanges through group affiliates.  The Global Payments division of INTL FCStone Ltd is the leading institutional cross border global payments business, processing 240,000 payments annually, with volumes of US$17 billion in 145 currencies. INTL FCStone Ltd will continue to serve humanitarian branches of supranational organizations, governmental aid agencies and household names within the NGO and charity sector, as well as international corporations and an increasingly large section of the international banking community. Many of the world’s largest banking institutions have recognized the advantages of making their payments through a specialist service provider and have chosen the services of INTL FCStone for local currency delivery to the significant benefit of their clients. INTL FCStone Ltd will continue to provide the knowledge and infrastructure upon which such banks rely to deliver payments for their clients to almost every conceivable country in local currency.

About INTL FCStone Inc.

INTL FCStone Inc., including its subsidiaries, is a leader in the development of specialized financial services in commodities, securities, global payments, foreign exchange and other markets. Its revenues are derived primarily from financial products and advisory services that fulfill clients’ needs and provide bottom-line benefits to their businesses. INTL creates added value for clients by providing access to global financial markets using industry and financial expertise, deep partner and network relationships, insight and guidance, and integrity and transparency. INTL’s client-first approach engenders trust, and has enabled INTL to establish leadership positions in a number of complex fields in financial markets around the world.

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