Ronly, a global trading company dealing with metallurgical and agricultural commodities, has selected Brady to provide its trading and risk management solution to support Ronly’s new derivatives trading operations.
The company is implementing the latest generation of Brady’s specialist commodity trading and risk management technology to support its trading of base metals derivatives, iron ore, coal and freight swaps. The implementation across Ronly’s trading operations will include Brady’s integrated ‘single source – single view’ trading and risk management solution set.
Ronly chose Brady because it believes it is vital to have the right systems and controls in place to support the business. Brady’s experience and track record of providing world-class commodities trading and risk management solutions meant that it was the obvious partner of choice for Ronly’s new operations, according to the company.
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