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Financial Times–Macquarie’s commodities star bows out after 28 years

The head of Macquarie’s booming commodities business, who was paid morethan JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon and75 per cent more than the Australian financial group’s own chief executivelast year, is to leave this month afteralmost three decades.Nick O’Kane had been one of Mac.quarie’s most feted executives after amodest bet on the US energy tradingmarket was transformed into its largestand most profitable division.

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