We are proud to be able to offer the wider metals and financial communities the opportunity to enhance their understanding of the LME and metals markets, with a variety of in-person training options to suit your needs.
Broadly speaking we offer two types of training: Public courses and bespoke in-house training.
We are committed to delivering our LME courses over the next few months in an online-only format to accommodate new ways of working.
Take a look at our course calendar to find out which courses are coming up. If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.
Our programme of introductory to advanced level courses is delivered globally in conjunction with Euromoney Learning Solutions.
The introductory level courses are made up of up to three separately bookable modules; beginning with an introduction to the LME and extending to an in-depth look into hedging strategies and futures and options contracts.
By attending an LME introductory course, you will extend your knowledge of the key services provided by the LME, understand how the market operates, and demonstrate how these services can improve your organisation’s approach to price-risk management.
The London Metal Exchange (LME) and Euromoney Learning have launched a brand new webinar series to offer you a free taster on some of the themes and topics covered in our introductory courses run globally throughout the year.
The second webinar in the series will look in more detail at how to manage metals price risk with futures. This webinar will help you get to grips with hedging with futures, introduce the concept of fixed and floating payments, and then work through an example of how you can convert floating payments to fixed and vice versa.
The third webinar in the series will look in more detail at how to use futures to stabilise profit margins. This webinar will help you understand how you can use futures contracts to stabilise profit margins. At the end of the presentation, she will be able to answer any questions you might have about managing metals price risk with futures.
LME price references are widely used throughout the metals industry. This webinar explains how the price references are determined and what they are used for. Do you know the difference between official and unofficial prices?
Live online: 9 October