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Introduction to LME Responsible Sourcing

What are the LME responsible sourcing requirements? Why are they being introduced? What do LME brands need to do, and what does the rest of the industry need to know? This webinar is the first in our responsible sourcing series and will introduce the metals and mining industry to the requirements for LME-listed brands. We will take you through the fundamentals and practicalities of the responsible sourcing requirements and answer your questions.
Recorded May 12 2020 33 mins
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    Speakers:
    Spencer Johnson, Head of Ferrous Trading, StoneX Financial Inc
    Alberto Xodo, VP Sales, LME
    Blake Hurtik, Editor, Argus Metal Prices
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    - Price risk management for the lithium value chain
    - Price adoption
    - Market access
  • LME and Argus: Spotlight on EU HRC Recorded: Jul 6 2021 64 mins
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    Alice Lim and Hugo Brodie
    This webinar will provide answers to many of our frequently asked questions about the responsible sourcing requirements for LME-listed brands. You will also have the opportunity to put your questions to the responsible sourcing team live. Key questions for discussion include:
    • Who are the LME approved auditors and alignment assessors? Where can I find this information?
    • Which external standards will be available for track A?
    • When will I need to be fully compliant with the responsible sourcing requirements?
    • What resources can I utilise to help inform my decision about operating / producing in a CAHRA?

    Please send your questions to responsiblesourcing@LME.com ahead of the webinar.

    Hugo Brodie, CEO Office – Responsible Sourcing
    Hugo.Brodie@lme.com
    +44 75913 87798

    Alice Lim, CEO Office – Responsible Sourcing
    Alice.Lim@lme.com
    +44 7731 021770

    Or reach out at
    responsiblesourcing@lme.com
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    John Betz, Senior Aluminium Reporter, Argus Media
    James Souder, Sustainability Consultant, Metabolic (Circular Products and Services Lead)
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    Robin Martin and Georgina Hallett
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    Speakers:
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    Chris Bayliss, Deputy Secretary General, International Aluminium Institute
    Sara Olsson, Sustainability Advisor, Boliden Smelters

    Ben Dixon leads SYSTEMIQ’s portfolio of activities focused on the circular economy transition in multiple sectors including consumer goods, food, mobility, plastics, mining and metals. He works with multinational companies, governments, investors, NGOs and foundations.

    Chris Bayliss is the Deputy Secretary General of the International Aluminium Institute. He has 18 years’ industry experience working on sustainability and climate related issues. Currently, Chris is taking forward the industry’s greenhouse gas pathways and health portfolios.

    Sara has a background with a master in material science and engineering and a master in management studies.
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    • How to define recycled material
    • How to increase the scope of the circular economy
    • Latest innovations and technological solutions
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    Ana Cabral, Chief Strategy Office, Sigma Lithium
    Sue Garrard, independent advisor on corporate sustainability and former EVP, Unilever (sustainable business)

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    • Is it possible to be sustainable and profitable?
    • What are the key barriers to sustainable production today? What do we need from investment, technology, governments? What changes need to happen before sustainable methods can be adopted universally?
  • LME Sustainability: Electric Vehicles Recorded: Nov 5 2020 62 mins
    Georgina Hallett, Chief Sustainability Officer, LME (moderator)
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    Panellists:
    Gillian Davidson, Sustainability Advisor, Eurasian Resources Group and Member of Executive Committee, Global Battery Alliance
    Akshat Rathi, Reporter, Bloomberg News
    Christoph Wolff, Global Head of Mobility, World Economic Forum
  • LME Focus Session: Ferrous Recorded: Oct 22 2020 62 mins
    Alberto Xodo, LME
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    • Update on the LME steel products and plans for 2021
    • Recent developments in regional HRC markets
    • Scrap market trends across key consuming regions
    • Mill margins and relative value across markets
    • Physical market outlook for 2021
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    Yang Liu, London Metal Exchange
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  • LME Focus Session: Responsible Sourcing Recorded: Oct 22 2020 56 mins
    Hugo Brodie and Alice Lim, CEO Office - Responsible Sourcing
    In this webinar we will be joined by the main Track A standards to discuss the nuances across the metals when it comes to responsible sourcing, as well as the similarities. How might responsible sourcing challenges differ from metal to metal, and what can we learn from one another as we prepare to meet the standards?
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    Ugur Dalbeler, Paul Bridgman, Alberto Xodo and Viral Shah
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    We will cover topics including:
    • Updates on the most recent developments in the steel and scrap markets
    • The impact of COVID-19 on the steel industry and the outlook for 2021
    • Real life examples of using derivatives to create value

    Speakers:
    • Ugur Dalbeler - CEO, Colakoglu Metalurji
    • Paul Bridgman - Director, One World Commodities
    • Alberto Xodo - VP Sales, LME
    • Viral Shah - Senior Pricing Specialist, S&P Global Platts
  • Introducing LME Sustainability Recorded: Sep 22 2020 56 mins
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    The webinar is the first in a new series focusing on sustainability and will be your opportunity to pose questions to Matthew and Georgina and find out more about the LME’s sustainability strategy.
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