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Notices

Notices for the last six months can be found in the list below. For notices published before this period please use our site search.

The full database of member notices is available online via Lexis Nexis.

 

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  • 16/046: A044: W044
    - Notice is hereby given that The London Metal Exchange has approved the resignation of the following Category 5 Members: - Cargill International S.A. - Enmetco LLC - Lonconex Limited - MetAlliance LLP - Nyrstar Budel BV - Rio Tinto (London) Limited The resignations are valid with immediate effect.
    All members, Warehouse companies and their London agents, All members

  • 16/043: A042
    - This notice details the delisting of a warehouse in Trieste.
    All members

  • 16/040: A039
    - This notice details the delisting of a warehouse in Gwangyang.
    All members

  • 16/039: A038
    - This notice details the delisting of a warehouse in Incheon.
    All members

  • 16/0038: RR001
    - This Notice informs Members that, from the date of this Notice, the name of the "Lending Guidance" shall be changed to "Lending Rules".
    All members

  • 16/037: A037
    - Listing of warehouse
    All members

  • 16/036: A036
    - This notice details the listing of a warehouse in Port Klang.
    All members

  • 16/035: A035: W035
    - This notice details the delisting of Aluminium Alloy brand KK.
    All members, Warehouse companies and their London agents, All members, Samplers and assayers

  • 16/034: A034: W034
    - LME practice has been that if a location ceases to have any approved warehouses therein, it should be delisted as a good delivery point.
    All members, Warehouse companies and their London agents, All members, Samplers and assayers

  • 16/031: AA031
    - This Notice informs Members of a transitional period of three months from 1 February 2016 regarding enforcement action for certain business processing and reporting Rule breaches in order to allow Members to improve their business processing and reporting arrangements. From 1 June 2016, the LME will follow the guidance regarding financial penalties set out in LME Notice 16/006:A006 (the “Guidance Notice”) for business processing and reporting arrangements undertaken during May 2016 and subsequent months. The following three business processing and reporting areas will be covered by the transitional arrangements: (i) Late Input of Trades, (ii) Daily Reporting of Positions and (iii) Reporting of Option Volatilities. This Notice also sets out more information about what would be considered a Rule breach in each of these areas for the purpose of future enforcement actions.
    All members