Commodity Exchange Bratislava

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Commodity Exchange Bratislava, JSC
Type Joint stock company
Founded December 8, 1992
Headquarters Bratislava, Slovakia, Slovakia
Key people Ľudovít Scholtz (President of the Exchange Chamber)
Website www.kbb.sk

Commodity Exchange Bratislava, JSC (Slovak: Komoditná burza Bratislava, a.s. (KBB), German: Warenbörse Bratislava, AG) formerly BMKB, then BCE, now CEB is a European commodity exchange made for organising market with commodities according to adjudication of Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic. CEB is the only organizer of the commodity market in Slovakia. CEB is the first exchange that has started non-stop online trading and clearing.

Markets[edit]

Primary markets on the exchange are:

  • Emission trading
  • Agricultural trading
  • Investment diamonds

Web services[edit]

Commodity Exchange Bratislava runs project EUAMarket.com.[1] Traders are allowed also to use web services to trade at the market by programming languages.[2]

Security[edit]

CEB uses several guarantee systems, and settling company to provide additional security.

  • Guarantee system 1 - collateral 2% of the contract value
  • Guarantee system 2 - full payment or delivery before an order
  • OTC market - no guarantees, only contact information is exchanged

Settling company[edit]

Settling company provides additional security in terms of that two independent companies are required to sign the outgoing transaction. The settling company at CEB is LINNA.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.kbb.sk/en/article/ceb-opens-eua-market/
  2. ^ http://en.wiki.kbb.sk/CommodityExchange/EUAMarket_Web_services
  3. ^ http://orsr.sk/vypis.asp?lan=en&ID=29384&SID=2&P=0

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