Hiro Mikado retires from the Board of Directors of Comtrade Financial through illness

Comtrade Financial today announced that Hiro Mikado has retired from the Board of Directors in order to undergo treatment after a diagnosis of prostate cancer.

Online PR News – 05-May-2021 – CHIYODA-KU/TOKYO – Hiro Mikado has been with Comtrade Financial since its inception and was fundamental part of the Firm’s growth in its infancy before moving up to the Board of Directors.

Comtrade Financial’s Chief Executive Officer commented on Hiro Mikado’s retirement saying “Firstly, I would like to thank Hiro for his years of service to Comtrade Financial and his important contribution to the Firm in its early days. Hiro has also been an exemplary board member who made outstanding contributions to our firm and our shareholders.”

Comtrade Financial’s Chief Executive Officer also added “Hiro possesses deep experience across the financial services industry and his top judgment and the seriousness with which he carried out his responsibilities will leave an indelible mark on our Board and the Firm. We benefited from his wise counsel and probing questions, and admired his graciousness and professionalism. Hiro is in our thoughts and we wish him and his family all the best."

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