Roger Hynes previously was a director at financing and trading firm CMC Markets.
Plastics recycling company MBA Polymers has named Roger Hynes (right) as its new commercial director.
According to an MBA news release, Hynes helped drive global growth for his previous employer, CMC Markets, from a start-up firm to a company worth more than £1 billion ($1.54 billion) in 10 years.
Previously he was a board director at London-based CMC Markets and managing director of CMC EMEA and a director of CMC Australia and Asia. Hynes has what MBA Polymers refers to in its news release as “significant commercial management experience across a number of industries as well as success delivering sales growth in emerging markets.”
"My task will be to accelerate our business growth,” says Hynes. “MBA Polymers is widely recognized for its technology and capability in separating complex waste streams and is a business that is poised for growth. I’m absolutely delighted to be joining at this critical time.”
Nigel Hunton, CEO of MBA Polymers, says, “Roger has wide experience of growing businesses in new markets and we’re delighted that he has come onboard."