Commodity Derivatives white papers

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Commodity Derivatives

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The cloud & the importance of physical operations in oil trading. Why today’s trading companies need operational as well as transactional solutions.

Company: Aspect Enterprise Solutions

Trading oil used to mostly take place in the virtual world. Oil futures were VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Commodities | Published: 03 September 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Principles for Designing Agile Trading Platforms

Company: Digiterre

Today’s trading operations face the challenge of maintaining software platforms that supports a constantly evolving business. To keep up with the pace of change, these organisations are demanding more and more of their trading platforms. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Technology Systems and Software | Published: 25 June 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 3

Seasonal forecasts: a path to profits?

Company: Thomson Reuters

What value can be placed on accurate storage levels for natural gas analysts and traders? This white paper reviews recent activity and looks at new methods of analysis – which, in turn, can deliver a new competitive advantage and lower risks for investors in this field. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Commodities | Published: 17 May 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Norway v Russia: Impact of price renegotiations of long-term contracts on gas supply to Europe

Company: Thomson Reuters

In 2012 Russian gas export to Europe dropped. Russia lost market share in Europe to its closest competitor Norway. This year Russia is gaining its market position back. This white paper considers what implications this will have on pricing and the effects for investors in this area. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Commodities | Published: 16 May 2013 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

The Benefits of Volatility Derivatives in Equity Portfolio Management

Company: EDHEC-Risk Institute

This research was produced as part of "The Benefits of Volatility Derivatives in Equity Portfolio Management" strategic research project at EDHEC-Risk Institute, in partnership with Eurex. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Credit Derivatives | Published: 06 June 2012 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 8

Hybrids: Diversifying by unifying

Company: Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)

Volatility is emerging as the norm for markets as analysts debate the interdependence of emerging markets and developed economies. Investors and risk managers who can gauge correlation between multiple asset classes correctly and unify them through hybrid products will find they are best prepared to VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Structured Products | Published: 18 November 2011 | Type: Article

Regulatory reform – The shape of things to come

Company: BNY Mellon

The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) is currently the only financial institution in the US with a triple A rating from Moody’s. With the firm’s representatives actively engaged in industry and public policy forums, as well as advising regulators, its derivatives and risk expertise is exemplary. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Compliance | Published: 03 February 2011 | Type: Article

Rating: + 2

Shipping freight derivatives - theory and practice

Company: Risk Books

As an inherently volatile industry, shipping is characterised by a high risk-high return profile, making its rates and prices difficult to forecast, and as a consequence business projects less accurately budgeted. The identification and management of any such business risks is imperative. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Commodity Derivatives | Published: 01 February 2011 | Type: White Paper

Rating: + 2

Market change – slow but certain

Company: Navita Systems

As the European Union’s (EU's) Carbon Market Initiative nears implementation of Phase III, Navita Systems’ Anette Nordskog discusses the recent developments in the carbon market, along with the practical and technological challenges it faces. VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Commodities | Published: 01 December 2010 | Type: Article

Rating: + 1

Building on lessons learned

Company: Standard Bank

With African roots and a presence in 17 African countries and 33 countries worldwide, Standard Bank has been working with commodities clients since 1994. In 2006, the bank hired Janelle Matharoo as managing director, global head of energy sales & trading, to help grow the business. He talks to VIEW SUMMARY

Category: Commodities | Published: 02 November 2010 | Type: Article

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