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Awards

Awards for Excellence 2013: Best Commodities house

Taking the tough decisions early has benefited the bank and kept it ahead of the competition.

Awards for Excellence 2013

Best Commodities house: Deutsche Bank

Also shortlisted: Goldman Sachs and Société Générale CIB

Investment banks’ commodities businesses were caught in a perfect storm in the past year as new financial regulations, falling commodity prices and low volatility conspired against them, adversely affecting revenues and accelerating change.

Basle III, Dodd-Frank, European Market Infrastructure Regulation and the Volcker Rule form the regulatory onslaught forcing a fundamental shift in commodities trading, and at a time when the commodities supercycle has hit the skids.

Banks including Citi and Goldman Sachs have already called an end to the decade-long supercycle, primarily because the economy in China, the largest importer of raw materials, has slowed and the country is shifting to consumer-driven growth.

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