Anchored in the risk management strategy which matches market opportunities with the company risk profile, we determine the most appropriate procurement strategy. We ensure that the strategy and the ongoing processes are implemented throughout the organisation resulting in added customer value for your company on every corporate level.
To each PM STRATEGY is attached standard product descriptions, but almost all PM STRATEGIES can be tailor made to meet all specific customer needs on RISK/REWARD targets, hedging, trading and RISK levels.
Posible price volatility
Choose this 90/10 strategy if your company is focusing on security and stability in budget planning and budget price.90/10 strategy
The 70/30 strategy is primarily focused on budget safety and stability, but also the possibility of exploiting price fluctuations.70/30 strategy
The discretionary portfolio management strategy is for the company that wishes to optimise and exploit the price fluctuations in the market, while achieving the lowest price possible. The strategy is both suitable for short term and long term hedging.Discretionary portfolio management
Choose the Max/Min strategy if your company wants the lowest possible risk within the strategy, while focusing on budget safety/stability.Min./max. strategy
The ”staircase hedging” strategy tracks the market closely by incremental hedging.Staircase hedging
The 70/30 strategy is primarily focused on minimising price fluctuations while allowing for trading optimisation.70/30 strategy
The index strategy is for the company that wishes to eliminate price fluctuations over time and always achieve the average market price or better.Index strategy
Choose the Max/Min strategy if your company wants the lowest possible risk of price fluctuation, while also exploiting market opportunities.Min./max. strategy
The 90/10 strategy is for the company that wishes to have the lowest possible risk of price fluctuation , while also allowing for a higher level of market optimization.90/10 strategy
Possible risk impact
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