Vienna, Austria, November 19, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- The new trading service will cater to renewable energy and emission traders and investors worldwide. The new team’s trading desk will be launched at the main office soon after the final drafting of the said service.
Dachser Global Markets new Environmental Brokerage Services Group will provide all inclusive services and products intended to enable financial institutions, corporations as well as project developers to execute the most favorable trading strategies in the voluntary and compliance commodity markets around the world. The Service Group will also assist trading for the entire environmental commodities which may include European Union emission allowances, emission reduction requirements, Regional Environmental Gas Initiative, voluntary emission reductions as well as voluntary renewable energy credits.
Initially, Dachser Global Markets has released new names who are assigned to manage the new service group. Mr. Alexander Graf, former head of the Trading Strategist Team, is now the new head for Global Environmental Commodities while the former head of the Commodity Trading Advisors Team, Ms. Rebecca Johnson, is now assigned as the Director of Renewable Energy Brokerage Services. However, Mr. Jorg Schaeffler, the CEO of Dachser Global Markets, explained that their position is not yet final until documents and job requirements are submitted for verification.
As the newly installed Head of Global Environmental Commodities, Mr. Alexander Graf will closely work with the new Director of Renewable Energy Brokerage Services, Ms. Rebecca Johnson.
Mr. Alexander Graf has nearly three decades of trading experiences particularly in energy and financial service markets. He previously worked as financial analyst of one of the most successful financial institution in the US and also served as Managing Director of one of the most well-known brokerage firms in the US prior to joining the Dachser Global Markets in 1998. Mr. Graf is a banking and finance manager.
Prior to her new assignment, Ms. Rebecca Johnson was a former Managing Director of the Commodity and Energy Department of one of the most successful financial institution in Austria. She joined the firm in 1995 and was immediately assigned as trading consultant a year after due to her extensive knowledge on the brokerage industry.
“More and more organizations are paying close attentions to issues related to environment such as climate change. Most of them are searching for best resolutions on how to lessen the negative effects of their operations on the environment,” said Jorg Schaeffler.
“Due to this reality, Dachser Global Markets believes that environmental brokerage can help on all major participants in the renewable and emissions markets globally to steer through a complex and uneven space. The Dachser Global Markets is proud to say that it has already gained decades of experience, expertise, technological advancement as well as tested platforms which can be used in this rapidly rising market sector,” Schaeffler added.