Marex Spectron has today announced new research partnerships between its top ranked sugar brokerage and three leading international organizations: AISTA, OCSB and ASMC, representing India, Thailand and Australian sugar interests. This recognises the franchise’s expanding global footprint and relationships across all major sugar production centres.
Marex Spectron Sugar has materially developed its offerings in recent years. Today, it is globally recognized for its proprietary broking and in-depth research and commentary on the sugar markets, produced by leading sugar analyst Robin Shaw and Marex Spectron Research.
With these new partnerships in place, Marex Spectron clients will benefit from more on-the-ground idiosyncratic views of these core markets from leading international bodies, who in turn benefit from access to Marex Spectron Research.
All India Sugar Trade Association (AISTA) advocates the orderly development of the Indian sugar sector, representing traders, international and domestic trade houses, sugar millers and refiners, bulk consumers of sugar, service providers to sugar sector.
Office of the Cane and Sugar Board (OCSB) represents the Thai sugar market.
Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) represents Australian sugar manufacturers on a range of policy, regulatory and legislative topics to add value and deliver benefits in the sugar value chain.
Dev Gill, Marex Spectron’s Head of Sugar broking, commented: “These partnerships are hugely exciting for our business, each of which is a very important location for the sugar industry. A closer two-way interaction between these leading bodies and our research will result in a broader understanding of the micro fundamentals and this can only be good for the market.”
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