Most commodity companies, either trading houses, agri giants or metals and mining majors, have started their journey in data science. HC Insider explores the different approaches that companies take when utilising data science, how it can add value to a business, and the talent required to fulfill that value.
In February 2020 Catherine Newman joined Limejump, the clean energy technology company acquired by Shell in 2019. Six months later and in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, she was appointed CEO. Here, she talks about what makes Limejump special, and her plans to clean up energy from the inside out.
To explore the challenges facing those working in the global commodity industry, we speak to Frieda Levycky, Founder of Braving Boundaries (professional coaching and training) and Levycky Consulting (legal consultancy).
HC Insider speaks to DK Bartley, Chief Diversity Officer at Moody’s Corporation, which was recently ranked 19 out of 850 companies in the Financial Times’ Diversity Leaders survey. Bartley shares the company’s continued journey towards creating a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture, and the benefits achieved.
To better understand how environmental regulations and stakeholders are creating challenges for the commodity industry, HC Insider speaks to Paul Sébastien, Co-Founder of Climate Neutral Commodity, a Swiss initiative supporting the global commodity industry in its transition to carbon-neutralit
As the CEO of a fuel bunkering business that resold an estimated 5.5 million tons of marine fuel in 2019, Cem Saral embarked on 2020 with trepidation as the International Maritime Organisation imposed new sulphur limits on marine fueloil. In fact, what looked at times like a perfect storm didn’t turn out so bad, he tells Damian Stewart, Managing Partner EMEA & Asia at Human Capital.
Born into shipping and a ship owner himself, Ioannis Martinos is now on a mission to modernise the industry using his Signal Ocean software engine and by backing other innovators. Here, he talks to Damian Stewart, Managing Partner EMEA & Asia at Human Capital, about convincing his peers of the merits of digitisation.
Days before announcing a proposal to shut the iconic open-outcry trading floor at the London Metal Exchange, its chief executive Matt Chamberlain sat down with Damian Stewart, Managing Partner EMEA & Asia at Human Capital, to talk about digitisation and changing the face of a 144-year-old institution.
Deanna Reitman, Of Counsel, Jesse Medlong, Associate, and Jeffrey Bourdon, Attorney at DLA Piper, explain why commodities marketing and trading firms should focus on their regulatory compliance policies.
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