The Marex Spectron Institute looks at the impact of a 0.5% global sulphur cap in fuel oil imposed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
In this paper, the Marex Spectron Institute argues that the economic benefit from globalization comfortably outweighs the costs. What is often presented as a negative impact from globalization is nothing more than the failure to identify the disruptive influence of automation.
Marex Spectron has received a group credit profile rating from S&P Global of 'BBB'. This credit assessment reflects S&P's view of Marex Spectron's strong market position in Metals, Agricultural and Energy with solid capitalization, robust liquidity and limited risk appetite.
Marex Spectron's Head of Energy, Ferrous Metals and Shipping Research, Georgi Slavov, has co-authored a paper on Optimal Cross Border Electricity Trading that has won the General Prize for Best Paper at the highly prestigious 2018 CEMA Awards.
Marex Spectron has won the award for 2018 Best Independent Research House for Commodities at the annual Technical Analyst awards.
The joint-venture will initially focus on the copper market, combining Earth-i's very high-resolution satellite imagery and video analytics with Marex Spectron's datasets to produce end-to-end analytics and insight products.
Marex Spectron has increased its working capital facility to $125 million from $115 million, with Allied Irish Bank (AIB) expanding the size of its commitment to $25 million from $15 million.
Marex Spectron reports full year 2017 results
The first Structured Product to be transacted and custodied using blockchain launched on Friday 16 March.
New structured investment business customises capital protected, participation, yield enhancement and leveraged products on commodities, equities, foreign exchange, credit and mutual funds.