In this episode, we talk to Milena Lopez, CEO of Keops Consulting, which provides advisory services around sustainability – projects, origination, and financing – in the commodities sector.
In recent years, we have witnessed a real cultural change in how businesses view their technology department. We explore the new breed of IT leadership that has emerged as a result of these changes and the subsequent recruitment challenges involved.
In this episode, we focus on clean hydrogen’s current and future role in transportation, from the aerospace industry, to shipping, and roads.
HC Insider Podcast host Paul Chapman, looks back at this year’s episodes and discusses the key trends that were identified in 2020 in the commodities sector from a talent perspective.
Commodity trade finance leaders discuss how the events of 2020 have impacted issues including credit availability, counterparty risk management and digitalisation across the global commodity markets.
In this episode, David Port guides us through the unique sources of risk in the commodities business, the tools used to manage them and the factors that continue to contribute to outsized and unexpected losses.
As the reliance on trade credit insurance increases during the Covid-19 pandemic, Edward Carter, Director, Corporate Functions at Human Capital, explores the new challenges in the trade credit insurance market and the demand to hire insurance managers at trading companies, industrials, and producers.
Domenico De Luca is a member of the management team at Axpo, Switzerland’s largest producer of renewable energy and a growing force in international energy trading. Here he talks about Axpo’s position in the market and how it must continue to evolve in order to maintain its competitive edge.
Paul Chapman, Managing Partner at Human Capital, moderated a session at this years Reuters Commodity Trading Summit to discuss how the emergence of carbon and emissions trading has impacted the energy trading ecosystem.
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