Price Risk Management
Interested in hedging product price risk?
Most commodity products have high price volatility. The ill-effects of that volatility can be limited through the use of price-risk management tools, offered by banks, brokers and exchanges. Metals, agricultural products and most energy products have for years had an active price risk management market. Commodity products linked to the forest products industry have recently joined this development.
In the old times, price discovery, and with it the trading, were based on a physical delivery concept. If you did not like the price on the settlement date, you delivered or received the product itself. Nowadays, more and more products in exchanges (futures, options and other such derivatives) are traded on cash settlement basis. The so-called OTC (over-the-counter) products offered by the banks are also cash-settled. For cash-settled price risk management products, reliable indices are needed. Those indices have several other uses, too.
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Nordea Bank operates in pulp and paper finance world wide, having offices on every continent with excellent contacts and a wide customer base both in forest industry and finance.
Nordea has provided important risk management values to customers with the pulp and paper operations. In addition to this, Nordea Bank is active in forest industry related project finance and capital markets in all their forms. In price risk hedging matters, please click company name above or ad banner to link yourself to Nordea Bank, or phone +358 9 3695 0314.
Sampo Bank PLC
Sampo financial group offers investment, savings and traditional banking services to retail, corporate and institutional customers. The group was formed at the beginning of 2001 when Sampo, a leading insurance group, and Leonia, a leading banking group joined forces, soon to be added by Mandatum, a specialist in private and investment banking. In 2002 the insurance services were integrated into a Nordic insurance group, If, of which Sampo is the largest shareholder. Sampo Bank became part of Danske Group in 2007.
Sampo has introduced trading operations in Commodity derivatives. Commodity financial product groups are: Pulp and Paper, Electricity, Energy and Weather. Sampo’s main commodity objective is to offer its client Enterprise Wide Price Risk Management Solutions. Instruments are mainly OTC structures using commonly known indexes such as PIX Indexes by FOEX Indexes Ltd as benchmark values. For further information, please contact Mr Juho Tiri: juho.tiri(at)danskebank.com: +358 10 513 8710
Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken - SEB
SEB offers a full range of commodity services for managing commodity exposures both from a risk management and investor perspective. Our reach in commodities covers all the major sectors - from energy and agricultural commodities to industrial and precious metals. Our advisory driven approach is based on extensive analysis and understanding of our customer's business processes as well as market fundamentals.
We are also an active counterparty in pulp markets. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
Finland: Jussi Lepistö, +358 9 6162 8521, jussi.lepisto(at)seb.fi
Sweden: Niclas Egmar, +46 8 506 23455, niclas.egmar(at)seb.se