Risk & Energy Risk Commodity Rankings 2012 - metals

In an environment of uncertainty for both prices and regulations, Société Générale Corporate & Investment Banking retains pole position in base metals, while UBS takes first place in precious metals. By Peter Madigan

Risk and Energy Risk Commodity Rankings 2012 - Metals

The metals market may account for a relatively small slice of global derivatives volumes, but the uncertainty it faces is no less intense than that affecting other asset classes. Gold and silver had a volatile 2011, heightened sensitivity to counterparty risk is changing collateralisation practices, and new capital rules are restricting the ability of banks to transact large, long-dated trades. In the US, incoming rules on position limits may also make the latter more difficult.

In October last

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