Feb 2 (Reuters) - Swiss commodities trader Glencore said on Tuesday it had appointed Cynthia Carroll, the former chief executive officer of London-based miner Anglo American , to its board of directors.
Carroll, who led Anglo American for more than five years until she stepped down in 2013, will join Glencore’s board immediately as an independent non-executive director.
The appointment follows report of Glencore’s long-time boss, Ivan Glasenberg, stepping down later this year to be replaced by Gary Nagle, head of coal assets at the mining and trading group.
A geologist by training, New Jersey-born Carroll moved from the aluminium industry to become the first non-South African, the first woman and the first outsider to take the top job at Anglo in 2007. (reut.rs/3jbsQeZ)
She is currently a non-executive director at Hitachi , Baker Hughes and Pembina Pipeline.
Reporting by Yadarisa Shabong in Bengaluru; additional reporting by Pushkala Aripaka; editing by Vinay Dwivedi>