HC Group supports a number of the leading financial institutions that cater to the international energy and commodities markets.
For over 15 years HC Group has worked closely with a number of leading Banks providing risk management, investor products, financing solutions and liquidity across a wide range of energy and commodities markets globally. Whether sourcing execution specialists, salespeople, market analysts or originators, HC Group provides access to the talent required to take full advantage of energy and commodity market opportunities.
With the energy and natural resource markets continuing to experience unceasing volatility, intense market pressures and regulatory controls, corporates are investing in growth opportunities, entering new markets, recycling capital and refocussing portfolios. HC Group partners a number of M&A boutiques and investment houses in securing the specialist sector-focussed talent required to deliver successful outcomes.
- Investment Banking
- Capital Markets
- Private Equity
- Family Offices
- Principal Investment
- Trading, Sales & Structuring
- Structured & Trade Finance
- Transactional Structuring
- Credit Syndication
- Debt & Bankruptcy Restructuring
Douglas joined HC Group as a Director in 2019 to lead our APAC Liquid Fuels and Chemicals practice from Singapore.
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Andrew joined HC Group in 2015 and is responsible for managing Latin America.
David is a Director overseeing the Corporate Functions and Gas, Power & Energy Transition practices in North America.
Chrissie joined HC Group in 2021 and works within the Corporate Functions practice in London.
Naz joined HC Group in 2017 and works within the Corporate Functions practice in Houston.
Penny joined HC Group in 2021 and works within the Corporate Functions practice in London.
Tram joined HC Group in 2021 as an Associate and works within the Functions Practice in Houston.
Alternative Finance in Commodities: “There is demand for everything from fertilizers to metals”
Demand for commodity trade finance is rising. Peter Ryan, MD at private credit provider Goba Capital, explores further.
The Rise of Alternative Financing in Commodities
Many traditional financiers have scaled back their capabilities or exited the space altogether.
Systemic Risk & Commodities with Craig Pirrong
Do the commodity markets pose a systemic risk to the global financial markets and beyond?
The Voluntary Carbon Markets with Deanna Reitman
In this episode, we do a deep dive in to the world of voluntary carbon credits
The History & Future of Commodity Trading in Invesment Banks with Kevin O'Reilly
The majority of Investment Banks had scaled back or exited. Why?
Capital Markets & The Energy Transition with Arash Nazhad and Blake Best
How can investors navigate such a multi-pathed journey?
The Commodity Financing Crunch with Lewis Hart
Demand for commodity financing is skyrocketing as prices, volumes and margin calls are on the rise.
Crypto currency skills come into sharp focus
Q3’ 21 was marked by surging interest in commodities and financial skills from investors in crypto currency.
The challenge of trade surveillance and market abuse
HC Insider explores how innovative technology is helping organisations to future proof their business.
The future of trade surveillance
Surveillance is a key requirement for trading firms to improve risk detection and identify market abuse.
Hedge Funds & Commodities with Ryan Duncan
What kind of investor can weather the volatility and risk inherent in the sector and what kind of trader?
Through a Mirror, Darkly: The art of measuring risk in commodities with Geir Robinson
How is risk measured and why do we get it wrong?
Preserving market integrity
Why should commodities marketing and trading firms focus on their regulatory compliance policies?
Commodities: It’s all about risk with David Port
David Port guides us through the unique sources of risk in the commodities business.
The effects of Covid-19 on the trade credit insurance market
As the reliance on trade credit insurance increases, we explore the new challenges in the trade credit insurance market.