Commodity Trading Week is returning to London next week on 26-27 April at the Hilton Tower Bridge hotel.

The event incorporates five different conferences across the two days under one ticket. Conferences include ComRisk, alongside others aimed at the different aspects of commodity trading; DigiCom, Supply Chain & Logistics, Traders Live and Commodity Trade Finance.

The Gen10 team will be available throughout the event to discuss commodity trading, commodity management and ESG software. Drop by our stand at any time, or arrange a meeting with us on the event app.

You can also catch us on panel sessions at two of the event conferences. Richard Williamson, Gen10 Founder & CEO, will be speaking at ComRisk on Tuesday, joining the panel discussion ESG and Climate Change – the Risk Manager’s Perspective. The panel will discuss managing exposure to carbon and other environmental markets, calculating your carbon footprint and understanding your climate credit rating. They will also discuss some of the risks associated with climate change and making the most of sustainable financing.

ESG and Climate Change - the risk manager's perspective

Bruce Tozer, who sits on Gen10’s Advisory Board will also be speaking as part of the Traders Live conference on Tuesday 26th April. The panel Trading the Transition – Maximising Opportunities in Carbon and Other ESG Linked Markets will discuss the global carbon markets of the greatest interest as well as other developing markets including methane offset markets, hydrogen and battery metals.

Maximising opportunities in carbon and other ESG linked markets

Tickets for the 2-day in-person event are free to commodity firms but numbers are limited, so sign up now.

And if you are unable to attend in person next week, virtual event passes are also available, giving you access to live and on-demand video content, virtual meetings and the ability to interact with speakers and participate in the Q&A sessions.

Register for your free place today.

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