BUNKER PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
Tuesday 19 May 2020 ~ Half-day (Morning)
Early Bird Pass: £395 (Early Bird ends Friday, 6 March 2020)
Standard Pass: £495
This half-day seminar will provide attendees with an overview of hedging tools and risk management in the oil markets, with particular emphasis on introductory swaps and options used in the oil trading business.
The event will focus on the fundamentals of hedging using futures, options and swaps to provide delegates with a background in the marine fuels sector with a useful, basic understanding of how to discuss hedging strategy with internal management and use these tools in practice.
Current examples and case studies will be used to apply ‘real world’ situations to hedging and managing both physical barrel and financial contracts risk.
The seminar is intended to encourage delegate participation and interaction, and attendees will be able to ask questions on specific areas of interest as they arise during the session.
- Key benefit: The delegate fee for this workshop includes the opportunity to benefit from a free risk management policy review.
|TUESDAY 19 MAY 2020|
|This half-day seminar will provide attendees an overview of hedging tools and risk management in the oil markets with particular emphasis on introductory level swaps and options. Attendees will also learn how to create a hedging policy and how to choose appropriate tools and service providers. Current examples and case studies will be used to apply ‘real world’ situations to hedging and managing both physical barrel and financial risk. Questions and discussion will be held throughout to focus on areas of particular interest as they arise.|
Introduction & Administration
Introduction to hedging and hedging tools using the “paper market”
Swaps and Options
|09:10||Networking Coffee Break|
Hedging strategies using case studies
Creating a hedging plan and Hedging Execution
Creating and using a RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Establishing hedging accounts, choosing and working with counterparties
|12:40||Certificates and end of workshop|