Strategy and opportunity for miners, steelmakers, end users and the financial community.
The Iron Ore derivatives sector is set for explosive growth and may in time be as large as the oil derivatives sector. As demand for iron ore continues and new pricing systems between mining companies and steelmakers evolve, new and dynamic instruments are being created to meet the challenges that market participants now face.
Iron Ore Trading World takes place in London on the 6-8 December. The city is currently the largest trading centre for metals, and holds a leading position in the iron ore derivatives market. We will have the major global players speaking plus we have a whole lot of exciting conference features that make us stand out from the rest.
2010 Key speakers include
*Viresh Oberoi, CEO, MJunction
*Yuri Mishin, Head of Trade Policy Department, Metalloinvest
*Lars-Eric Aaro, CEO LKAB
*Timo Smit, Global head of Iron Ore Marketing & Logistics, Anglo American
*Jay Hambro, CIO, Petropavlovsk plc
*Paul Berend, CEO, TTR
*Ray Key, Head of Metals Trading, Deutsche Bank
*Kamal Naqvi, Director and Head of Fund Coverage Commodities, Credit Suisse
*Isabella Kurek-Smith, Director, Head of Energy and Freight, London Commodity Holdings (LCH)
8 Key reasons to attend Iron Ore Trading World
1. Understand how to protect your business in a volatile market
Leading authorities on the steel industry give their insight on how consolidation, vertical integration and in house trading can help adapt your business model to stabilise input costs
2. Learn how the European steel markets can compete in a china-driven pricing environment
Listen to experts from Petropavlovsk, SGX and Credit Suisse discuss how the EU and Chinese markets can survive in volatile markets.
3. Ensure transparency, accuracy and liquidity in price discovery
Get the most out of price discovery. Learn how the leading pricing indices are working towards unified price indexation.
4. What can iron ore learn from other commodity markets?
Gain invaluable insight into where your industry is heading by hearing from experts including Deutsche Bank, the ICE Group and Hallgarten & Company LLC give case studies on oil, coal and nickel.
5. Hedging risk and locking prices in a volatile world
Metalloinvest, Credit Suisse and IOSDA talk on how the derivative market can protect your business against price volatility
6. Innovations in financing for Junior Miners
Our diverse panel at the junior miner showcase demonstrates how your business can raise finance on the spot market
7. Education on new financial tools & products
London Dry Bulk, FIS, IOSDA and many others give clear explanations on how to make best use of the financial products that will help your business thrive.
8. Opportunities for investment managers
Find out more from the investment manages and the miners themselves on how your business could capitalise on a multibillion $ commodity market.
See the full congress agenda and speaker line up at www.terrapinn.com/2010/ironore
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