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LME Futures & Options Non-ferrous Metals

Tullett Prebon is a category 2 member of the London Metal Exchange, the world's largest non-ferrous metals market.

The non-proprietary desk:
  • Takes an impartial view on any London Metal Exchange futures or options executed
  • Operates in London, Frankfurt and Geneva, servicing clients from around the world
  • Executes copper, aluminium, zinc, lead, nickel and tin on the electronic trading system LMESelect and over the telephone
  • Offers a "client first" service that aims to be a market leader in price discovery, execution and timely clearing of trades
  • Clients include discretionary macro and systematic hedge funds, merchants, producers and consumers
  • The futures desk specialises in executing for large macro-, hedge-, and pension-funds, plus commodity trading advisors (CTAs) worldwide
  • Our options desk covers an array of clients, including merchants, producers and consumers, banks and funds
  • Tullett Prebon's regulatory profile places emphasis on "top-day" matching, which promotes timely trade clearing and streamlines end-of-day settlements of margin payments
  • Direct Market Access technology offers clients the possibility to connect to LMESelect via either our standalone product tpMETALDEAL or our secure FIX/ API offering
  • The team provides a daily newsletter, continuous monitoring of key industry drivers and bespoke research for clients
  • A seasoned team based in London, Frankfurt and Geneva with experience in ring-dealing, trading and client facilitation
  • The team's vast knowledge about metals and trading assures accuracy, speed and prudence
  • With a "client-first" strategy, the dedicated team offers personal service and research
  • Our reach within the market to producers, consumers and merchants provides us with valuable information directly shared with clients
  • The world's largest non-ferrous metals market, established in 1877, and Europe's last open outcry trading floor
  • Sets the global benchmark price for copper, aluminium, lead, zinc, nickel and tin
  • LME volumes reached $14.9 trillion in notional value 2014, up from $14.6 trillion the prior year

For more information, please visit www.lme.com

For more information:

Tullett Prebon Base Metals Desk

London
155 Bishopsgate
London EC2M 3TQ
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)20 7200 7340
LME@tullettprebon.com
Frankfurt
Bleidenstrasse 6-10
60311 Frankfurt
Germany
Tel: +49 (0)69 1330
FFT-BaseMetals@tullettprebon.com