We would like to recognize the JPMCC’s and GCARD’s sponsors and partners.
JPMCC ADVISORY COUNCIL
The JPMCC’s Advisory Council consists of members of the business community who provide guidance and financial support for the activities of the JPMCC, including unique opportunities for students.
JPMCC ACADEMIC PARTNERS
The J.P. Morgan Center for Commodities is hosting a week of the Executive Programme, “Leadership in Commodity Trade and Supply Networks,” in partnership with Erasmus University Rotterdam (The Netherlands) and Singapore Management University. This programme is interdisciplinary in scope and focuses on developing leadership skills and strategic thinking.
GCARD GRANT SUPPORT
The Global Commodities Applied Research Digest (GCARD) was seeded by a generous grant from the CME Group Foundation.
GCARD ACADEMIC PARTNER
The GCARD’s European academic partner is the Energy and Commodity Finance Research Center (ECOMFIN) at the ESSEC Business School (France, Singapore). The Director of ECOMFIN serves on the GCARD’s Editorial Advisory Board. And correspondingly, the Contributing Editor of the GCARD has presented at ECOMFIN twice: 1st lecture and 2nd lecture.
GCARD PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY PARTNERS
The GCARD’s professional society partners include the International Association for Quantitative Finance (IAQF) and the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA) Association. The IAQF is a not-for-profit, professional society dedicated to fostering the profession of quantitative finance by providing platforms to discuss cutting-edge and pivotal issues in the field. The CAIA Association, in turn, is a non-profit organization that is a world leader in alternative investment education and is best known for the CAIA Charter®, which is an internationally recognized credential granted upon successful completion of a rigorous two-level exam series, combined with relevant work experience. The Contributing Editor of the GCARD serves on the IAQF’s Board of Directors and also on CAIA Chicago’s steering committee.
The Commodity Trading Association (CTA) is the latest professional society partner for the GCARD. This association comprises the professional graduates in commodity trading programs at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and has distinguished itself over the past few years by organizing outstanding professional events that create unique networking opportunities for active professionals in the commodity trading, shipping and financing industries.