A trailblazer in commodities management


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In a changing world where paper assets, shares and bonds are subjected to movements which are becoming less and less predictable, Diapason Commodities Management, since its creation in 2003, has developed one of the most innovative visions and has stood out as a trailblazer in its field.

Indeed we have built up our business by challenging biases and majority market trends. As specialists in the commodities sector we have developed our own very specific mindset, backed by a determination to hold fast to our convictions and demonstrate their relevance.

A team of specialists
Our view is that commodities have been scorned through ignorance and that this type of investments can boost a portfolio and limit investor risk. Based on these principles, we have devised indices which set market standards.

Our teams consist of specialists who are constantly advancing our knowledge. This determination to be at the cutting edge and to focus all our energies on the area we know best is a mark of success and assurance for our customers.





A comprehensive range of solutions covering
the whole spectrum of needs
Thanks to its unique expertise in the commodities management field, Diapason Commodities Management offers a comprehensive range of solutions covering the whole spectrum of investor needs. The commodities market is uncorrelated with share and bond fluctuations over the long term... [+]



Commodities Insight (25.07.2016)
Austerity is on the way out, fiscal spending is in: Can the trough of interest rates be far behind?
The main challenge facing the world economy is a shortfall in aggregate demand. This has been reflected in a surfeit of savings over investment, or equivalently, an excess of output over desired spending. The Great Financial Crisis (GFC) altered preferences in fundamental ways. [+]