Metals Trading & Hedging Workshop
Monday 3 March 2008
£400 + VAT
This separately bookable workshop will allow attendees to understand key issues including:
- The LME today – who uses it, why and how it is used
- LME contracts, the trading day, exchange structure
- The physical metals link – pricing, physical delivery
- Identifying risk – and managing it
- Practical futures and options exercises
- Regulation, matching, clearing and internal accounting
Who should attend: miners * smelters * refiners * traders * mills and fabricators * battery producers * recyclers * controllers * accountants * traffic managers
Full details of the workshop can be requested directly from Christopher Dunne at email@example.com, or a separate registration form will be sent to you when you register for the main conference.
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The London Metal Exchange
Wednesday 5 March 2008
£25 + VAT
The London Metal Exchange is the world’s premier terminal markets for metals.
Lead’s relationship with the LME began back in the 19th century, although dealings were unofficial. Lead was first officially traded in 1920 and the current standard lead contract, introduced in 1953, has become the mainstay for international free trade in this metal. The exchange also has contracts for aluminium alloy, nickel, copper, zinc and tin as well as the more recent plastics contracts.
Delegates will leave the conference hotel after lunch for the short trip to the London Metal Exchange, arriving in time for the first afternoon lead ring followed by a presentation and then the second ring. At the end of the rings they will return to the conference hotel.
Provisional schedule: Wednesday 5 March
14:30 Depart for London Metal Exchange
14:50 Arrive at LME
15.00 Observe ring trading from the boardroom
15:40 Observe second afternoon ring
15.55 Depart LME
16.10 Arrive back at conference hotel
PLACES ARE LIMITED AND WILL BE ALLOCATED ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS
Full details of the visit to the LME will be sent to you when you register for the main conference.