Trading crude blows

Banks and oil majors alike are building up their oil derivatives operations, vying to attract the same corporate client base. But the oil companies do notseem unduly concerned about the competition, finds Paul Lyon

Banks, ever eager to enter a growing and profitable market, have set theirsights on marketing oil derivatives. Rothschild has established a trading presence,Bank of America is building on its impressive corporate client franchise, MorganStanley remains an oil trading powerhouse and Société Générale(SG) is a constant innovator – particularly in Asia. But as such firmsbolster their own oil derivatives business, should oil companies offering similarservices be worried?

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