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Date:March 28, 2019 8:00 am-9:00 am PT (3:00 PM - 4:00 PM GMT)

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Modernizing Your Metals Data: Transforming your data to the new era of intelligent data analytics

Join S&P Global Platts and ZE PowerGroup for a Metals and Data webinar.

About the Webinar

During this webinar, our presenters will discuss the collecting and making use of data in the metals market, and how we can use that data to make predictions about 2019. You will gain insights into:

  • The state of the battery metals markets
  • Trends and predictions for 2019
  • Data architectures for metals trading
  • How leading data-driven organizations empower themselves to get the most out of their data.
  • And much more!

About our Presenters

Modernizing Your Metals Data: Data Architectures for Improved Decision Making

Learn about the best practices for data architectures, followed by an in-depth look at trends in several global metals markets. What will you learn?

  • Key considerations in data collection and analytics
  • Historical analysis of important correlations in the metals markets
  • Possible scenarios for 2019
Modernizing Your Metals Data: Transforming your data to the new era of intelligent data analytics

Aiman El-Ramly,

Chief Operating Officer,
ZE PowerGroup Inc.

Aiman El-Ramly is the Chief Operating Officer of ZE PowerGroup and the Chief Operating Officer for ZE Power Engineering. He has 30 years of progressive experience in the energy, commodities and technology spaces. Aiman has significant understanding of what is needed for corporations of all sizes to run and grow effectively. His experience and proven expertise allows him to state unequivocally that transforming data into actionable intelligence is essential to achieving corporate market objectives. Aiman is an internationally renowned sought after speaker on a variety of global socio-economic and data technology topics. His strong communication and relationship-building skills are able to effectively sell the promise of his organization to customers, partners and inspire his team.

Battery Metals – fueling a global revolution

Fueling a global revolution looks at the demand and supply of the battery metals and explains the pricing trends in Lithium, Cobalt, and Spodumene over recent months. The presentation will also identify where bottlenecks in the battery metals industry are likely to be and how these could be overcome. Indeed, limited use of hedging mechanisms for Lithium is a true sore spot for listed companies and the presentation will give buyers and sellers an insight into how this problem could be solved.

  • Spreads between seaborne and Chinese domestic Battery Grade Lithium and Cobalt prices which have been volatile over recent months.
  • Mechanism to manage risk and what market participants can do to manage price risk in the battery metals industry.
Modernizing Your Metals Data: Transforming your data to the new era of intelligent data analytics

Marcel Goldenberg,

Markets and Methodology Development, Metals
S&P Global Platts

Marcel joined S&P Global Platts in 2015. Marcel has worked at numerous front-line desks since joining Platts with experience in the EMEA Gas & Power as well freight markets before joining the London crude desk in mid-2016 where he covered the Russian crude markets. Marcel left the crude team at the beginning of the year to join a more strategic role in the Metals division as a Markets & Methodology Development Specialist where one of his core focusses is the Battery Metals market where he helped launch the Platts Battery Grade Lithium assessments and has been instrumental in forging Platts presences and coverage in the Battery Metals sector. Marcel has spoken at Webinars and conferences and, as part of his market engagement, travels frequently to key battery metal hubs to brainstorm current and future trends with everyone involved in the supply chain. Marcel gained an MSc in Energy, Trade & Finance from Cass Business School in London after completing his undergraduate degree at Leicester University in Management Studies & Economics.