Oil Trading Risks Summit coming to Geneva this October


A comprehensive platform for Risk Managers and Traders to discuss financial, regulatory, political and supply chain risks in oil trading

IRN, global summit organiser is proud to bring to you the Inaugural Oil Trading Risks Summit set to take place on 22-23 October in Geneva, Switzerland.

Website of the event: http://www.oiltradingrisks.com/

With oil being such a volatile, political and essential commodity, managing the risks related to its trading has become a very important part of the oil trading companies’ strategy to maintain their profits.

This high level meeting will gather Heads of Trading, Risk Managers, and Financial Managers from Oil trading companies, refineries as well as transportation companies, including aviation.

The content of the 2 day summit has been generated by the expert speaker faculty whom have highlighted pressing issues to be discussed during the summit. Some of these areas include; Market Risk, Credit Risk, Regulatory Risk, Political Risk and Financial Risk.

Hear from expert speakers from: Cargill, Repsol, Socar Trading, Turkish Airlines, Irving Oil, Bharat Petroleum, Oryx Energies, ENEL, to name a few.

The summit will kick off on day 1 with an overview of the latest trends in oil trading markets which will be led by the Director – Trading and Risk from Irving Oil. This session will look into China and other emerging countries as well as the state of risk management in oil trading to give you a taster.

This will be followed by a workshop to help assess the risk management culture in your company which will be led by the Risk and Middle Office Manager from Oryx Energies. This session is vital for all companies to pinpoint areas that need to reduce risks to improve efficiency in their organisation.

To find out more about the programme and the speakers, please contact Jessica Jonah:

+44 207 111 16 15


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Marketing Manager of YoungPetro; Student AGH University of Science & Technology in Cracow; Poland SPE Student Chapter

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