Stay ahead of risk and volatility to protect financial performance
We help organisations in the UK and globally to prepare and respond
Companies are managing a wider range of risks and complexities than ever before. Commodity trading, foreign exchange (FX) volatility, market complexity and changing regulations impact businesses in different ways, placing CFOs under increased pressure to stay on top of current and emerging issues. Organisations must understand the importance of managing uncertainty and other variables affecting financial performance.
Flexible resources to help focus on strategic initiatives and enhance operational capabilities:
We help clients across a range of industries from energy, oil & gas, LNG, petchems, metals, and agricultural products among others to improve their management of commodity related risks:
Carbon markets are developing at a rapid pace - increasing in scale, complexity and accessibility. Growing investor and corporate focus on ESG and net zero is driving companies to seek to develop strategies to manage carbon exposure - addressing both legal and voluntary carbon offset requirements.
Commodity risk management and trading has an important role to play in net zero:
We help commodity risk managers and traders across all sectors to:
Increase automation to enhance insight, efficiency, control and resource utilisation:
Reduce volatility of margins, earnings and cash flows:
Improve visibility, control, cost and predictability of cash:
Enhanced oversight and control over key treasury or commodity risk activities:
Consider treasury and commodity issues in determining deal value then achieve a well-controlled and smooth transition to post-deal operations:
“We’re building a diverse, talented team to help achieve our goal of being the leading provider of trust in a digital world. Join us and you’ll be part of an inclusive culture that allows risk professionals to thrive by nurturing bold and dynamic behaviours. Our investments in technology and innovation give our people the tools and skills they need to solve the problems of tomorrow, not just today.”