September 15, 2016 | 2PM ET | 1 hour | Online | by Chatham Financial | Recording Available


Prices have fallen and rebounded. Volatility has increased. Historical correlations have not held. Economic news remains mixed. Is this the new norm or the beginning of a new cycle? Hedging is supposed to create a good news/bad news story. Avoid a potential bad news/bad news story by evaluating the costs of potential hedging strategies coupled with your business economics.

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In this webinar, Chatham will cover the following learning objectives:
– Learn the possible benefits of matching your hedging program to current market conditions
– View and discuss how well-designed hedging programs created 5+ years ago have not fared well over the past 12 months
– Top mistakes to avoid and the most cost effective approaches to minimize your commodity risk


Phil WeeberPhil Weeber leads Chatham’s Commodity Risk Management Team which advises corporations in various industries. Since joining Chatham in 2003, Phil has worked across asset classes advising clients with risk strategy, hedging implementation and execution. Prior to focusing on public companies, he led Chatham’s structured finance team and business development efforts, working with public and private real estate companies. Phil holds a MBA from Emory (Goizueta) University, a Masters in Environmental Engineering from the University of North Carolina, and a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan.


Mike BurnsMike Burns is a member of Chatham’s Hedge Advisory group focusing on FX and commodities for the corporate sector. Prior to joining Chatham, Mike worked for 7 years as a Nuclear Surface Warfare Officer in the US Navy. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a BS in Applied Mathematics and earned a Masters in Engineering Management from Old Dominion University.