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Commodities 2008 Dataroom
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Our sponsors

CME Group

CME Group the operator of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the Chicago Board of Trade and the New York Mercantile Exchange. As the world’s largest and most diverse derivatives exchange, we bring more than 250 years of expertise of trading futures and options to the global marketplace. We offer the widest range of benchmark products available on any exchange covering all major asset classes, such as interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, commodities, energy, metals and alternative investments. CME Clearing matches and settles trades and guarantees the creditworthiness of every transaction that takes place. CME Group is traded at NASDAQ under the symbol "CME."

This is NAVITA – premier provider of trading and risk management software solutions.

Our POMAX commodities trade and risk solution has complete trade lifecycle functions, from deal capture to back-office support delivering straight-through-processing.
NAVITA is the continuation of more than 15 years experience within the field of system solutions and services. NAVITA has its head office in Norway and also has regional offices in London, Stockholm, Toronto and Los Angeles. More than 130 installations worldwide rely on NAVITA's POMAX? product in their daily trading operations. POMAX? customers include industry giants such as EDF Trading, E.On, Norsk Hydro, Nuon, Sempra and Louis Dreyfus Armateurs.

Singapore Commodity Exchange

Singapore Commodity Exchange provides a centralised and regulated marketplace for commodity futures to be traded in Singapore. This paves the way for Singapore to become a commodity futures trading centre complementing its international trading activities. The Exchange is governed by statutory acts. Integrity of its trading and financial practices is assured. The financial integrity of the marketplace is safeguarded by the Exchange through its membership criteria and trading rules.
While buyers and sellers do not meet in a trading pit, the Exchange's computerised trading network linking the market-makers/brokers provides them with an efficient price discovery system. The system ensures the best bid and offer for all the market's participants. Of pivotal importance, however, is the role of the Exchange's Clearing House. All futures contracts transacted between buyers and sellers are cleared through the Clearing House.
As rubber is the first commodity to be traded, the Exchange is, for a start, owned and run by some of the world's most experienced rubber brokers and traders. This ensures their continued support as market-makers, brokers, traders and liquidity providers.
The rubber trade will benefit from their vast store of experience and information and the liquidity they inject into the market. Market participants are encouraged to join the Exchange as members as this gives them an edge in the world's largest rubber market. Clearing Members, who are also shareholders, have a significant voice in policy decisions affecting the development of the Exchange and the market.
The Exchange is promoted internationally. The International Enterprise Singapore, for example, markets the Exchange through its international network of 35 offices. As its regulatory authority, the Board also keeps tabs on the Exchange to ensure that the best interests of its members and market participants are safeguarded. The Exchange also conducts market research into new futures contracts, educates the commodity trading community and the general public on the economic benefits of futures trading, and carries out audits and market surveillance activities to ensure members' compliance with Exchange Rules.
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