The Iran Commodity Trading Forum 2017 on 24-26 October 2017 in the Warwick Geneva Hotel is now closed.

Thank you to all the delegates, partners, sponsors and supporters for attending.

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Commodity trade was the first area to benefit from the lifting of sanctions in 2016. With an increasing number of European and international commodity trading houses eager to resume or initiate work with Iran, getting well-informed about the specifics means getting well-prepared for business

WHY GENEVA?

Geneva, Switzerland = renowned trading hub

WHO WILL BE THERE?

Government officials, senior managers from commodity companies from Iran as well as CEOs, Heads of Middle East from European trading houses

WHAT WILL BE TACKLED?

Topics ranging from the remaining sanctions framework, to tax matters, payment concerns and opportunities within metals, oil and petrochemicals and soft commodities.


Sponsors

Caputo & Partners - Sponsor Iran Commodity Trading Forum
Magnusson Law

Delegate Partner

 

Supported by

ISCC

RIEMP

 Co – organiser

ICCIM

 Workshop Lead

Speakers included

Jagdish Parihar - Iran

Jagdish Parihar
Chief Risk & Compliance Officer
Olam International Ltd

Denis Ketabi - Iran Speaker

Hossein Denis Ketabi
CEO
The Pistachio Company, Tehran & Nutimpex SA

Maika Oshikawa
Officer in Charge, Accessions Division
World Trade Organization – WTO

Michael Burke

Michael Burke
Managing Partner
EER

Objectives of the Forum

Clarify

business conditions for international commodity companies to work in Iran, from financial and regulatory perspectives

Connect

all trading houses, commodity consumers and producers, and Iranian officials to discuss opportunities in the sectors

Enable Business

around metals, oil and petrochemicals, and agri products, between the Geneva trading hub and Iran

Why Attend the Iran Commodity Trading Forum

  • Understand

    the current geopolitical and economic situation of Iran

  • Get

    a clear idea of where the opportunities lie in the commodities sector, including metals, oil & energy and soft commodities, and form your entry or re-entry strategy

  • Learn

    about the latest developments when it comes to payments in and out of Iran

  • Adapt

    your risk management framework to working in Iran

  • Assess

    who your partners inside and outside Iran should be

  • Meet

    Meet the right people, whether they are international experts on Iran, bankers, or Iranian officials