April 24, 1962
|Known for||shareholder in Glencore|
Mistakidis worked for six years trading in non-ferrous metals for Cargill. In 1993, he joined Marc Rich & Co in 1993, shortly before there was a management buyout and it was renamed Glencore. He worked in the zinc, copper and lead department, rising to become a co-director in 2000. He became a billionaire with the May 2011 Glencore IPO. He owned 3% stake of Glencore.
In December 2018, Mistakidis retired as Glencore's head of copper marketing.
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