In this episode Javier Blas and Jack Farchy join us to talk about their new book, The World for Sale. The book spans the history of the rise of the independent commodity traders, their phenomenal success and their impact on the modern world.
What makes a good risk framework and what is the future of capturing market and other sources of risk in a digital world? Geir Robinson, former CRO of BP’s Integrated Supply and Trading business joins us to discuss.
In this episode Jeff Currie, Global Head of Commodity Research at Goldman Sachs, walks us through the drivers and consequences of the coming commodity super-cycle.
The threat posed and the responses required is a board level conversation for many companies – and our guest, Simon Hodgkinson, the former Group Chief Information Security Officer for BP, gives ample insight into why that should change.
Our guest, Arcady Sosinov, CEO and Founder of Freewire Technologies, believes electric vehicles present the biggest industrial change and opportunity in our lifetimes. With most major automobile manufacturers announcing phasing out combustion engines by 2035, we have passed the tipping point.
Alex Chandy, former energy trader and now CEO of 2DA, a data analytics software firm in commodities trading, gives us his insight.
In this episode we address compliance in the commodities world with Frank Hayden. What it is, what it means and how digitisation is changing how organisations, and regulators, manage it.
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 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.
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