Outlook for commodity trading in Asia

Commodities trading in Asia has grown significantly with corporates looking eastwards for new opportunities and growth. But an uncertain global climate and regulatory differences provide challenges. Gillian Carr reports

Energy Risk - Commodity trading in Asia

Commodity trading in Asia has attracted heightened interest in recent months, with several energy and commodity trading companies increasing their presence in the area in the past 12 months.

Commodity trading house Trafigura recently switched its legal headquarters from Geneva to Singapore, including a move of chief financial officer Pierre Lorinet, while other independent traders such as Cargill and Mercuria are expanding their teams in the region. Integrated energy company GDF Suez Trading

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