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John Weinshank

Managing Director
Lone Star Capital

Experienced international banking executive with proven track record of launching and managing businesses that realize tangible economic results.  Bilingual English/Spanish with a significant customer network across geographies and a demonstrated ability to succeed in various cultural environments as evidenced by job experience.  Looking for a new entrepreneurial challenge, Mr. Weinshank joined Lone Star in September 2016 shortly after parting ways with China Construction Banking Corp New York after 7+ years as their Head of Corporate Banking and founding member of their New York Branch.    
 
Lone Star Capital and its subsidiaries (the "Lone Star Group") were founded to develop synergistic businesses in the energy and commodity sectors.  Our businesses include innovating derivative products in the energy sector, partnering with major exchanges, asset owners, facility operators and financial investors around the world.  Matrix Markets  (www.matrixmarkets.com), which is  a subsidiary of Lone Star Capital, launched the first oil storage contract (“LPS”) in partnership with the CME Group and LOOP LLC. 
 
Mr. Weinshank is responsible for the development of Lone Star Commodity Finance’s (“LSCF") trade finance platform, LSCF will leverage the Lone Star Group's auction  technology to create new and liquid markets for open account commodity trade financing.  In addition, Mr. Weinshank will work to provide transactional trade financing to financial institutions and institutional investors as well as support coordination of Group financing need with financial institutions.  
 
Mr. Weinshank is also responsible for expanding the Lone Star Group's businesses into China ("Matrix China"). Matrix China seeks to provide market intelligence, training and partnership with counter parties seeking to engage in exchange-based and OTC commodity derivative business in the broader Chinese marketplace.
 

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