Agenda

TXF Global Commodity Finance

As part of TXF's side-brand Stages for Change, which champions diversity and inclusivity in the industry, we invite the amazing women that make up the commodities industry to a networking breakfast.

TXF Global Commodity Finance

As we all return for day 2, TXF’s Aife Howse welcomes delegates back with some opening remarks.

Aife Howse
Commodities content manager, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This session will require the audience to power up slido and get voting, as we conduct an audience response survey exploring some of the biggest trends and headwinds currently sending shockwaves through the industry.

Alfonso Olivas
Head of Data and Digital Product, Exile Group
Moderator
Dominik Kloiber
Commercial Director, Exile Group

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Supply Chain Resilience has become integral to national security strategies around the world in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. However, the “just in case” supply model has serious flaws when it comes to rare earths elements and critical metals in particular. As was predicted by economist Rebecca Harding in this keynote last year, the last 12 months have been dominated by the importance of these groups of commodities. As we try to accelerate towards energy transition, greater digitalisation and more secure supply chains, and of course provide more arms to Ukraine, our dependency on China becomes ever more evident. Dr Harding will review the patterns and trends over the past year and look to the challenges and opportunities for commodity trade in the next 12 months.

Rebecca Harding
Economist & Trade Expert, Independent

TXF Global Commodity Finance

The insurance market follows its clients, and in this sense, is a great indicator of the wider commodities landscape. This session comprises insurers and brokers to discuss - How has market appetite shifted from this time last year? - There has been a drawback from softs in the insurance space. Why is this, and what can agri traders do to regain support? - Should brokers be adapting their approaches to bring new clients and diversity to insurer’s portfolios?

Veronica Assandri Foldnes
Global Head Commodity Finance, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Alexander Klepp
Head of Underwriting Austria, Credendo
Boris Jaquet
Global Head TF&L Distribution, Deutsche Bank
Harry McIndoe
Director, BPL Global
Moderator
Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Grab a coffee and get networking!

TXF Global Commodity Finance

In this session, we hear from producers across the metals, energy, and agri spaces on how they are tackling the top headwinds and opportunities of 2023 - From increased operational costs to rising cost of debt, how are producers aiding their cash flows? - How are producers innovating when it comes to digitalization, and is the producer sector catching up to the rest of the commodities industry in this respect? - How is the greater focus on the circular supply chain affecting producer’s business and operations?

Dmitry Medvedenko
Director , Barens Group
Tarun Naruka
Head of Corporate and Structured Finance , Essar Oil UK
Pierpaolo Di Fabio
CFO, KME Group
Moderator
John macnamara
CEO, Carshalton Commodities

TXF Global Commodity Finance

CEO of PANGEA-RISK, Dr. Robert Besseling, will present on the biggest opportunities and risks within the African commodities landscape, in particular: - What actual risks does commodity trade in Africa face? - Which African countries have a strong commodity outlook? - Where are the emerging opportunities in commodity trade?

Dr. Robert Besseling
CEO, PANGEA-RISK

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Stages for Change champions women and other under-represented groups in finance. In this session, we hear from some of the brilliant women that make up the commodities space, to discuss what can be done to make the industry a more diverse and inclusive place from junior to director level. - Why did our panellists choose commodity finance? If it was not a choice as such, how can we encourage more women and underrepresented groups to choose this industry? - WISTA’s survey in gender equality in the commodities and maritime industries shows there is a difference in sentiment between men and women when it comes to equality in the workplace. How can we begin to lessen this gap? - What initiatives have worked in our panellists’ respective organisations? What more can be done?

Catherine Lang-Anderson
Partner, Allen & Overy
Natalija Katic
Vice President, Structured Trade Finance, Santander
Sandie Hessing
Managing Director, Head of Structured Finance Origination, MUFG
Moderator
Aife Howse
Commodities content manager, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF's Editor in Chief Jonathan Bell shares some closing remarks

Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Collect your badge from the registration desk and grab a coffee before the first session

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF’s editor in chief Jonathan Bell welcomes delegates to Global Commodity and Sustainable Natural Resources Finance 2023 with some opening remarks.

Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Kicking off day one, specialist commodities economist Daniela Corsini will walk delegates through her outlook on the reopening of China, and the wider implications this has on the commodities and natural resources landscape. Following this, the stage will open to discussion from a panel of commodities trade experts.

Daniela Corsini
Senior Economist - Commodities , Intesa Sanpaolo
Kona Haque
Head of Research, ED&F Man
Moderator
Jean-Francois Lambert
Founder & Managing Partner, Lambert Commodities

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This year’s global traders panel will compare and contrast trader strategies across four key areas: sustainability, reaction to recession and inflation, China reopening, and the energy crisis. - Which traders have taken the plunge into the carbon credit market? Those who haven’t, what is holding you back? - Inflation can be a positive for traders, but the world is in danger of stagflation. What might this mean for the traders? - Whilst the energy crisis is directly affecting energy trade, it is also having an impact throughout supply chains. How are trader’s accommodating high prices?

Tawfik Sadfi
Head of STF & STF Business Development, Gunvor
Nicolas Marsac
Head of Structured and Trade Finance, Trafigura Group Pte
Philippe Penet
Head of Specialised Trade Solutions EMEA, Sucafina
Jayant Parande
Group Treasurer & Global Head – TSF, Olam Group Limited
Moderator
Adrian Mellor
Partner, Allen & Overy

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Grab a coffee and get networking!

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This session puts commodity trade finance and natural resources global heads to the test, with an opening quick-fire round, a more in-depth discussion on top trends from inflation to ESG strategies, and a gameshow-style Family Fortunes finisher! - How drastically is inflation affecting cost of funding and the wider lending landscape? - How have bank portfolios changed over the past year, in terms of both sectors and jurisdictions, and what changes are expected in the coming year? - To what extent are banks innovating when it comes to ESG strategies and sustainable finance?

Maarten Koning
Managing Director, Global Head Trade and Commodity Finance, ING Bank
Ali Arolat
Executive Director, Trade & Commodity Finance, Garanti BBVA International
Enrique Rico Garcia Jose
Global Head of Structured Trade, Santander
Willem Calame
Head of Natural Resources Finance Flow EMEA, Deutsche Bank
Atakan Akkaya
Head of Commodity Finance, MUFG
Frank van Oordt
Global Head of Trade Commodity Finance Energy & Metals, Rabobank
Moderator
Dominik Kloiber
Commercial Director, Exile Group

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Demand for risk management solutions is on the rise, as market practitioners look for efficient ways to mitigate the range of risks they face. This session both spotlights the key risks in the market today, while also looking at ways to mitigate them, and will cover: - The take up of new tech solutions and AI-powered innovation - Advances in collateral management that focus not just on the whereabouts of goods, but also their conditions (e.g. temperature monitoring and humidity levels).

Hugo Brodie
Head of Product Development & Innovation, London Metal Exchange
Manuel Teijeiro
Director, Control Union
Peter Hopkins
Managing Director, Drum Risk Ltd
Moderator
James Lowrey
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Split into two halves, the first part of this session will see ArrowResource’s Alexander Peters and Ammonia Energy Association's Hans Vrijenhoef each give a 10 minute talk on battery metals for net zero, and ammonia as a low carbon energy source, respectively. Part 2 will comprise moderated Q&A discussion, during which the audience will also have their chance to pose their questions to the presenters.

Alexander Peters
Group CFO, ArrowResources AG
Hans Vrijenhoef
Executive Vice President/ President Elect, Ammonia Energy Association
Moderator
Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

Sustainability Stream

Measuring, controlling, and reducing emissions outside of a company’s own emissions is a challenge. But scope 3 accounts for around 70% of a company’s overall emissions, making it the most important area to tackle. - What are the main issues when it comes to the measuring of scope 3 emissions? - Is the market seeing a big divide when it comes to the top players and SMEs when it comes to progression around scope 3? - What third party platforms or solutions are out there to help a company progress in this space?

Adam Hearne
CEO, CarbonChain
Meredith Smith
Head of Sustainability, ED&F Man
Mike Shaw
COO, Mocoh
Diana Gonzalez
Head of Sustainability , TELF
Moderator
Gediz Kaya
Managing Partner, Mundo Verde Climate

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This session deep dives into China Molybdenum Brazil’s $600 million pre-export financing for niobium - one of the largest niobium mining/metal financings to date, and certainly the largest niobium structured commodity financing ever.

Hesham Zakai
Managing Director, TXF
Haiwen Tan
VP, Bank of China
Julien Chassaing
Head of Treasury & Financing, IXM

Sustainability Stream

Russia’s war on Ukraine arguably caused the biggest disruption to food security in recent history. Just over a year on from the start of the supply issues, how have agri production and trade flows evolved to increase security? - Which regions have been affected the most? - What kinds of measures can help to protect against the unpredictable? - What role do supply chain managers play in this space?

 Stephen Geldart
Head of Analysis , Czarnikow Group Limited
Susanne Emonet
CEO, Farmer Connect
Moderator
Hans Bogaard
Manager , FMO Development Bank

TXF Global Commodity Finance

The final coffee break of the day

TXF Global Commodity Finance

With upcoming sanctions to take Russia’s metals supply out of the global mix, global demand for Africa's mining resources is soaring whilst investment is deficient. This session is a deep dive into the opportunities and headwinds in the region, from securing funding and investment to catching up with Europe’s ESG progress. - What are some of the financing solutions gaining traction in de-risking the region? - Africa’s metals and mining industry is increasingly adapting to address ESG, but global standards are becoming increasingly strict. How equipped is the continent when it comes to implementing competitive ESG strategies?

Pierre-Olivier Cordt-Moller
Global Head of Finance, Gerald Group
Sander Stuijt
Finance Director, Duferco
Mike Matsas
CEO, Compagnie Minière du Bafing
Kome Ajegbo
VP, Structured Product Solutions + Sustainability, Africa Finance Corporation (AFC)
Moderator
Dr. Robert Besseling
CEO, PANGEA-RISK

Sustainability Stream

Social sustainability has been gaining traction over the past few years as corporate and bank strategies begin to tackle ESG with more intricacy. But is this just buzz or are tangible improvements being made? - What issues are faced when it comes to measuring and improving social sustainability credentials? - Which sectors and regions are leading in this space, and which are lagging? - What key progress has already been made, and how could this be applied to the wider industry?

Stephen Thomas
Head of ESG & Sustainability, ArrowResources AG
Elsa Pernot
Global Head of HSEC, Gunvor
Kris Van Broekhoven
CEO , ES3G
Moderator
Aife Howse
Commodities content manager, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

SMEs are facing similar issues across all sectors; interest rates are up, profit margins are tight, and bank appetite is low. The ‘flight to quality’ has resulted in capital migration, concentrated amongst the titan traders. This session focuses on the seemingly impossible job that SMEs are facing across the agri, energy, and shipping and bunkering spaces. - Ultimately, alternative financing should be a lifeline for SMEs in this economic climate, but are funds catering to this market effectively enough? - What role are the various owners of capital playing in connecting SMEs with financing? - How can SMEs improve on corporate governance and risk management to gain more trust and support from lenders?

Arnaud Preney
CFO, Coffee Ithaka
Rebekah Fajemirokun
Head of Trade Finance, Eminent Energy Limited
Moderator
Mehmet Emin GOKDEL
Head of Structured Trade & Commodity Finance, Credit Europe Bank NV
Moderator
Ralph Ivey
Reporter, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

To round off the first day of content, TXF's editor in chief Jonathan Bell gives closing remarks.

Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

“Leaving so soon? I wouldn't hear of it! Why, our little party's just beginning!”

TXF Global Commodity Finance

For those who have secured a seat to our industry awards dinner, join us for some pre-dinner drinks and canapes, collect your badge and find out where you're sitting, whilst enjoying some wonderful entertainment, provided by our Cultural Sponsor: Sonus Nobilis

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Back by popular demand, the TXF industry awards dinner is returning to Amsterdam! For those that have secured a seat at our industry awards dinner, enjoy a sit down three course meal and celebrate the 10 best deals of the year from 2022 at the 5* Grand Krasnapolsky.

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TXF Global Commodity Finance

As part of TXF's side-brand Stages for Change, which champions diversity and inclusivity in the industry, we invite the amazing women that make up the commodities industry to a networking breakfast.

TXF Global Commodity Finance

As we all return for day 2, TXF’s Aife Howse welcomes delegates back with some opening remarks.

Aife Howse
Commodities content manager, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This session will require the audience to power up slido and get voting, as we conduct an audience response survey exploring some of the biggest trends and headwinds currently sending shockwaves through the industry.

Alfonso Olivas
Head of Data and Digital Product, Exile Group
Moderator
Dominik Kloiber
Commercial Director, Exile Group

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Supply Chain Resilience has become integral to national security strategies around the world in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. However, the “just in case” supply model has serious flaws when it comes to rare earths elements and critical metals in particular. As was predicted by economist Rebecca Harding in this keynote last year, the last 12 months have been dominated by the importance of these groups of commodities. As we try to accelerate towards energy transition, greater digitalisation and more secure supply chains, and of course provide more arms to Ukraine, our dependency on China becomes ever more evident. Dr Harding will review the patterns and trends over the past year and look to the challenges and opportunities for commodity trade in the next 12 months.

Rebecca Harding
Economist & Trade Expert, Independent

TXF Global Commodity Finance

The insurance market follows its clients, and in this sense, is a great indicator of the wider commodities landscape. This session comprises insurers and brokers to discuss - How has market appetite shifted from this time last year? - There has been a drawback from softs in the insurance space. Why is this, and what can agri traders do to regain support? - Should brokers be adapting their approaches to bring new clients and diversity to insurer’s portfolios?

Veronica Assandri Foldnes
Global Head Commodity Finance, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions
Alexander Klepp
Head of Underwriting Austria, Credendo
Boris Jaquet
Global Head TF&L Distribution, Deutsche Bank
Harry McIndoe
Director, BPL Global
Moderator
Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Grab a coffee and get networking!

TXF Global Commodity Finance

In this session, we hear from producers across the metals, energy, and agri spaces on how they are tackling the top headwinds and opportunities of 2023 - From increased operational costs to rising cost of debt, how are producers aiding their cash flows? - How are producers innovating when it comes to digitalization, and is the producer sector catching up to the rest of the commodities industry in this respect? - How is the greater focus on the circular supply chain affecting producer’s business and operations?

Dmitry Medvedenko
Director , Barens Group
Tarun Naruka
Head of Corporate and Structured Finance , Essar Oil UK
Pierpaolo Di Fabio
CFO, KME Group
Moderator
John macnamara
CEO, Carshalton Commodities

TXF Global Commodity Finance

CEO of PANGEA-RISK, Dr. Robert Besseling, will present on the biggest opportunities and risks within the African commodities landscape, in particular: - What actual risks does commodity trade in Africa face? - Which African countries have a strong commodity outlook? - Where are the emerging opportunities in commodity trade?

Dr. Robert Besseling
CEO, PANGEA-RISK

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Stages for Change champions women and other under-represented groups in finance. In this session, we hear from some of the brilliant women that make up the commodities space, to discuss what can be done to make the industry a more diverse and inclusive place from junior to director level. - Why did our panellists choose commodity finance? If it was not a choice as such, how can we encourage more women and underrepresented groups to choose this industry? - WISTA’s survey in gender equality in the commodities and maritime industries shows there is a difference in sentiment between men and women when it comes to equality in the workplace. How can we begin to lessen this gap? - What initiatives have worked in our panellists’ respective organisations? What more can be done?

Catherine Lang-Anderson
Partner, Allen & Overy
Natalija Katic
Vice President, Structured Trade Finance, Santander
Sandie Hessing
Managing Director, Head of Structured Finance Origination, MUFG
Moderator
Aife Howse
Commodities content manager, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF's Editor in Chief Jonathan Bell shares some closing remarks

Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Collect your badge from the registration desk and grab a coffee before the first session

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF’s editor in chief Jonathan Bell welcomes delegates to Global Commodity and Sustainable Natural Resources Finance 2023 with some opening remarks.

Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Kicking off day one, specialist commodities economist Daniela Corsini will walk delegates through her outlook on the reopening of China, and the wider implications this has on the commodities and natural resources landscape. Following this, the stage will open to discussion from a panel of commodities trade experts.

Daniela Corsini
Senior Economist - Commodities , Intesa Sanpaolo
Kona Haque
Head of Research, ED&F Man
Moderator
Jean-Francois Lambert
Founder & Managing Partner, Lambert Commodities

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This year’s global traders panel will compare and contrast trader strategies across four key areas: sustainability, reaction to recession and inflation, China reopening, and the energy crisis. - Which traders have taken the plunge into the carbon credit market? Those who haven’t, what is holding you back? - Inflation can be a positive for traders, but the world is in danger of stagflation. What might this mean for the traders? - Whilst the energy crisis is directly affecting energy trade, it is also having an impact throughout supply chains. How are trader’s accommodating high prices?

Tawfik Sadfi
Head of STF & STF Business Development, Gunvor
Nicolas Marsac
Head of Structured and Trade Finance, Trafigura Group Pte
Philippe Penet
Head of Specialised Trade Solutions EMEA, Sucafina
Jayant Parande
Group Treasurer & Global Head – TSF, Olam Group Limited
Moderator
Adrian Mellor
Partner, Allen & Overy

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Grab a coffee and get networking!

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This session puts commodity trade finance and natural resources global heads to the test, with an opening quick-fire round, a more in-depth discussion on top trends from inflation to ESG strategies, and a gameshow-style Family Fortunes finisher! - How drastically is inflation affecting cost of funding and the wider lending landscape? - How have bank portfolios changed over the past year, in terms of both sectors and jurisdictions, and what changes are expected in the coming year? - To what extent are banks innovating when it comes to ESG strategies and sustainable finance?

Maarten Koning
Managing Director, Global Head Trade and Commodity Finance, ING Bank
Ali Arolat
Executive Director, Trade & Commodity Finance, Garanti BBVA International
Enrique Rico Garcia Jose
Global Head of Structured Trade, Santander
Willem Calame
Head of Natural Resources Finance Flow EMEA, Deutsche Bank
Atakan Akkaya
Head of Commodity Finance, MUFG
Frank van Oordt
Global Head of Trade Commodity Finance Energy & Metals, Rabobank
Moderator
Dominik Kloiber
Commercial Director, Exile Group

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Demand for risk management solutions is on the rise, as market practitioners look for efficient ways to mitigate the range of risks they face. This session both spotlights the key risks in the market today, while also looking at ways to mitigate them, and will cover: - The take up of new tech solutions and AI-powered innovation - Advances in collateral management that focus not just on the whereabouts of goods, but also their conditions (e.g. temperature monitoring and humidity levels).

Hugo Brodie
Head of Product Development & Innovation, London Metal Exchange
Manuel Teijeiro
Director, Control Union
Peter Hopkins
Managing Director, Drum Risk Ltd
Moderator
James Lowrey
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)

TXF Global Commodity Finance

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Split into two halves, the first part of this session will see ArrowResource’s Alexander Peters and Ammonia Energy Association's Hans Vrijenhoef each give a 10 minute talk on battery metals for net zero, and ammonia as a low carbon energy source, respectively. Part 2 will comprise moderated Q&A discussion, during which the audience will also have their chance to pose their questions to the presenters.

Alexander Peters
Group CFO, ArrowResources AG
Hans Vrijenhoef
Executive Vice President/ President Elect, Ammonia Energy Association
Moderator
Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

This session deep dives into China Molybdenum Brazil’s $600 million pre-export financing for niobium - one of the largest niobium mining/metal financings to date, and certainly the largest niobium structured commodity financing ever.

Hesham Zakai
Managing Director, TXF
Haiwen Tan
VP, Bank of China
Julien Chassaing
Head of Treasury & Financing, IXM

TXF Global Commodity Finance

The final coffee break of the day

TXF Global Commodity Finance

With upcoming sanctions to take Russia’s metals supply out of the global mix, global demand for Africa's mining resources is soaring whilst investment is deficient. This session is a deep dive into the opportunities and headwinds in the region, from securing funding and investment to catching up with Europe’s ESG progress. - What are some of the financing solutions gaining traction in de-risking the region? - Africa’s metals and mining industry is increasingly adapting to address ESG, but global standards are becoming increasingly strict. How equipped is the continent when it comes to implementing competitive ESG strategies?

Pierre-Olivier Cordt-Moller
Global Head of Finance, Gerald Group
Sander Stuijt
Finance Director, Duferco
Mike Matsas
CEO, Compagnie Minière du Bafing
Kome Ajegbo
VP, Structured Product Solutions + Sustainability, Africa Finance Corporation (AFC)
Moderator
Dr. Robert Besseling
CEO, PANGEA-RISK

TXF Global Commodity Finance

SMEs are facing similar issues across all sectors; interest rates are up, profit margins are tight, and bank appetite is low. The ‘flight to quality’ has resulted in capital migration, concentrated amongst the titan traders. This session focuses on the seemingly impossible job that SMEs are facing across the agri, energy, and shipping and bunkering spaces. - Ultimately, alternative financing should be a lifeline for SMEs in this economic climate, but are funds catering to this market effectively enough? - What role are the various owners of capital playing in connecting SMEs with financing? - How can SMEs improve on corporate governance and risk management to gain more trust and support from lenders?

Arnaud Preney
CFO, Coffee Ithaka
Rebekah Fajemirokun
Head of Trade Finance, Eminent Energy Limited
Moderator
Mehmet Emin GOKDEL
Head of Structured Trade & Commodity Finance, Credit Europe Bank NV
Moderator
Ralph Ivey
Reporter, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

To round off the first day of content, TXF's editor in chief Jonathan Bell gives closing remarks.

Jonathan Bell
Editor-in-chief, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

“Leaving so soon? I wouldn't hear of it! Why, our little party's just beginning!”

Sustainability Stream

Measuring, controlling, and reducing emissions outside of a company’s own emissions is a challenge. But scope 3 accounts for around 70% of a company’s overall emissions, making it the most important area to tackle. - What are the main issues when it comes to the measuring of scope 3 emissions? - Is the market seeing a big divide when it comes to the top players and SMEs when it comes to progression around scope 3? - What third party platforms or solutions are out there to help a company progress in this space?

Adam Hearne
CEO, CarbonChain
Meredith Smith
Head of Sustainability, ED&F Man
Mike Shaw
COO, Mocoh
Diana Gonzalez
Head of Sustainability , TELF
Moderator
Gediz Kaya
Managing Partner, Mundo Verde Climate

Sustainability Stream

Russia’s war on Ukraine arguably caused the biggest disruption to food security in recent history. Just over a year on from the start of the supply issues, how have agri production and trade flows evolved to increase security? - Which regions have been affected the most? - What kinds of measures can help to protect against the unpredictable? - What role do supply chain managers play in this space?

 Stephen Geldart
Head of Analysis , Czarnikow Group Limited
Susanne Emonet
CEO, Farmer Connect
Moderator
Hans Bogaard
Manager , FMO Development Bank

Sustainability Stream

Social sustainability has been gaining traction over the past few years as corporate and bank strategies begin to tackle ESG with more intricacy. But is this just buzz or are tangible improvements being made? - What issues are faced when it comes to measuring and improving social sustainability credentials? - Which sectors and regions are leading in this space, and which are lagging? - What key progress has already been made, and how could this be applied to the wider industry?

Stephen Thomas
Head of ESG & Sustainability, ArrowResources AG
Elsa Pernot
Global Head of HSEC, Gunvor
Kris Van Broekhoven
CEO , ES3G
Moderator
Aife Howse
Commodities content manager, TXF

TXF Global Commodity Finance

For those who have secured a seat to our industry awards dinner, join us for some pre-dinner drinks and canapes, collect your badge and find out where you're sitting, whilst enjoying some wonderful entertainment, provided by our Cultural Sponsor: Sonus Nobilis

TXF Global Commodity Finance

Back by popular demand, the TXF industry awards dinner is returning to Amsterdam! For those that have secured a seat at our industry awards dinner, enjoy a sit down three course meal and celebrate the 10 best deals of the year from 2022 at the 5* Grand Krasnapolsky.