In December 2012 The London Metal Exchange was acquired by Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Limited.
LME Committees are an integral and unique part of the way the LME operates. Each is a sub-committee of the Board and reports to it directly or through the Executive Committee (EXCOM).
The LME’s Business Continuity Team has worked hard to put robust processes in place to deal with any disruptions to the smooth day-to-day running of our business.
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The objective of The London Metal Exchange is to provide facilities, along with the management and regulatory structure, for trading in LME contracts.
On 6 December 2012 LME Holdings Limited became a member of the HKEx Group and is the sole shareholder of The London Metal Exchange.
The Board of The London Metal Exchange approves policies setting out the standards expected of LME employees and business partners.
The London Metal Exchange is a wholly owned subsidiary of LME Holdings Limited. LME Holdings Limited has two classes of share: Ordinary shares and B shares.