Within the Trade & Commodities sector we specialise in hard and soft commodities, oil, gas, LNG and power, as well as newer disciplines such as carbon trading.
Our clients include governments, producers, trading companies, logistics groups, refineries, banks and insurers. We help them overcome trading challenges and resolve complex issues such as geo-political risk and the impact of multi-jurisdictional regulations.
Today’s trade and commodities corporate landscape is characterised by complex, integrated operations, joint ventures, strategic alliances and collaborations as well as mergers and acquisitions. We support clients as they strive to achieve efficiency, whether that be through expansion into new markets or focus on a particular specialism.
We are brokers for sellers and buyers across the world, we have vast connection list and have brokered deals all over the world.
We have team in Dubai, London and China that solely work to process a smooth transaction with complete transparency
We deal in large quantity of OIL all over the world. We deal in gasoline, bitume, white spirit, fuel oil etc
We deal in large quantity of GAS all over the world. We deal in liquefied petroleum gas and LNG
Our energy trading team has a deep understanding of the global energy supply chain and helps clients to navigate successfully through difficult markets. We provide support for traders in the global markets and advise on long term contracts
Our soft commodities team is experienced in a wide range of commodities including grains, sugar, rice, nuts, soya, coffee, oils and seeds. We have one of the largest international soft commodity legal teams and our clients include some of the world’s major commodities trading houses
Transport & Logistics
Our market leading transportation & logistics team acts for global shipping and logistics companies and for traders and end users in every aspect of their domestic and international supply chain management.
Warehouse & Storage
Our warehousing & storage team advises clients through all issues that arise in relation to the storage of goods including warehouse receipts finance, inventory finance, fraud and theft.