Quantifi Commodities Counterparty Risk Management (CCRM)
Commodities are one of the fastest growing markets and over the past two decades have become truly globalized. Trading in commodities requires firms to enter into complex credit arrangements for the sale and transport of goods across multiple regions.

The commodity markets have become increasingly complicated as global regulators introduce changes to way the markets are controlled. In this complex environment firms face increasing challenges in credit risk management which can directly impact company performance. Firms that take an analytic and proactive approach to monitoring and managing risk have a significant competitive advantage.

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Bunge Selects Quantifi’s Credit and Counterparty Risk Management Solution

Bunge is a leading agribusiness and food company with integrated operations that circle the globe, covering over 40 countries with approximately 35,000 employees. Bunge buys, sells, stores and transports oilseeds and grains to serve customers worldwide; processes oilseeds to make protein meal for animal feed and edible oil products for commercial customers and consumers; produces sugar and ethanol from sugarcane; mills wheat, corn and rice to make ingredients used by food companies; and sells fertilizer in South America.

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How the Credit Crisis Has Changed Counterparty Risk Management

The credit crisis and regulatory responses have forced banks to substantially update their counterparty risk management processes. New regulations in the form of Basel III, the Dodd-Frank Act in the U.S. and European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) have dramatically increased capital requirements for Counterparty Credit Risk.

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Challenges in Implementing a Counterparty Risk Management Process

Most banks are in the process of setting up counterparty risk management processes or improving existing ones. Unlike market risk, which can be effectively managed by individual trading desks or traders, counterparty risk is increasingly being priced and managed by a central CVA desk or risk control group since the exposure tends to span multiple asset classes and business lines. Moreover, aggregated counterparty exposure may be significantly impacted by collateral and cross-product netting agreements.

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