Commodity trading house Gavilon do Brasil has parted company with its general manager and a controller, the company said in a statement Tuesday but said it remained committed to its Brazilian operations.
"We confirm that Fabricio Mazaia and Caio Silva are no longer with Gavilon do Brasil," a spokesperson said.
"These personnel changes will not impact our Brazilian operations and we remain committed to serving our customers and continuing to grow our business".
Fabricio Mazaia, the former general manager, had been with the company 20 months, while Caio Silva was a controller that joined in December 2017.
Gavilon trades bulk grain and oilseed commodities. It is a subsidiary of Japan's Marubeni Corp.
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