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UK trading and technology provider Nex Group has announced its chief financial officer will be stepping down to be replaced by the company’s chief commercial officer for markets. Stuart Bridges, current CFO, has stepped down from the board and will leave the company later this year. He will be replaced by Samantha Wren, chief commercial officer for markets. Mr Bridges has been in the role of finance chief since September 2015 and oversaw the company’s merger with TP ICAP. Michael Spencer, chief executive said: I would like to personally thank Stuart for the significant role he played in securing the Transaction with TP ICAP. I have enjoyed working with Stuart and, with the rest of the Board, wish him the very best for the future. Sam’s varied financial, operational and commercial experience positions her ideally for this role. Since joining us in 2009 she has consistently impressed the Board and executive management with her capabilities and talents and this has been recognised today with her appointment as Group Chief Financial Officer.