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Expertise on weather derivatives

Tuesday, April 01, 2008
CME’s platform is really geared at larger standardised contracts and our platform is geared at customised contracts.

A SQUARE :: 01Apr08 Expertise on weather derivatives
Category Weather derivatives
Faculty David Friedberg
Expertise Weather Derivatives
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Our clients includes ski resorts protecting against warm winter seasons, to sports team protecting against rain during a few key hours. We have sold contracts priced from USD1, all the way up to several million dollars. Our unique technology approach affords us the opportunity to address the needs of a very broad swath of businesses.
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