Glencore: Steve Kalmin
Steven Kalmin has been Chief Financial Officer of Glencore plc. since June 2005. He serves as a Director of the Glencore Group and Glencore Finance (Europe) S.A. He is Vice President of Hartford Investment Management Company. He was nominated a director of Katanga Mining Ltd in November 2017.
Steven Kalmin has been the Chief Financial Officer of Glencore Plc since June 2005. He serves as a Vice President of Hartford Investment Management Company. He joined Glencore in September 1999 as General Manager of finance and treasury starting in the Sydney office in Glencore’s coal industrial unit, which was subsequently sold to Xstrata functions. He served as an Executive Director of Glencore Plc from March 2011 to May 2013. Steven moved to Glencore’s Baar head office in October 2003 where he oversaw Glencore’s accounting. Prior to this he worked for nine years at Horwath Chartered Accountants in Sydney. He served as Vice Chairman of Biopetrol Industries AG. He has been a Director of GHP 104 160 689 Pty Ltd since November 2014. He serves as a Director of the Glencore Group and Glencore Finance (Europe) S.A. He served as a Director of Century Aluminum Co. from 2011 to 2014. He is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia and the Financial Services Institute of Australasia. Steven holds a Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology, Sydney.
2005 – Present Chief Financial Officer Financial Officer, Glencore Plc
2011 – 2014 Director, Century Aluminium Co.
2003 – 2005 Accounting and reporting functions, Glencore
1999 – 2003 General Manager: Coal and Industrial Unit, Glencore (subsequently sold to Xstrata)
Horwath Chartered Accountants, Sydney.
Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology, Sydney.
About Glencore: Glencore is one of the world’s largest diversified and vertically-integrated commodity producers, processors and traders. They distribute to a customer base that includes the industrial, automotive, construction, steel, power generation, oil and food processing industries. The business is divided into three business segments: metals & minerals, energy products and agriculture, as well as marketing & logistics.
The company earned revenue of $177.4 billion and its employees including contractors totalled 155 000 in 2016.