3 17th St

17th St

Johannesburg

2192

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15711

28.08577

Cedar Rd

Unit 2B Cedar Office Estate

Cedar Rd

Sandton

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

6A Sandown Valley Cres

Sandown Valley Cres

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.10244

28.0502

135 Rivonia Rd

Nedbank Building

Rivonia Rd

Sandton

2031

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.10187

28.05848

76 Broad Rd

Broad Rd

Wynberg

7824

Wes Kaap

South Africa

-34.004117

18.474954

57 Sixth Rd

Sixth Rd

Sandton

2024

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.12303

28.035078

36 De Klerk Drive

De Klerkshof

De Klerk Drive

Edenvale

1609

Gauteng

South Africa

Van Reenen Av

Bridal Clse

Van Reenen Av

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.04933

28.0862

54 Melville Rd

The Reserve

Melville Rd

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.123526

28.046597

80 Grant Ave

2nd Floor, High Field

Grant Ave

Johannesburg

2117

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15721

28.07673

WesselsRd

BentleyOffePrk

WesselsRd

Rivonia

2128

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.040067

28.062272

Roos St

Fourways Golf Park

Roos St

Sandton

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.016142

28.00382

15 Dartfield Rd

Dartfield Rd

Sandton

2146

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0905

28.077

Western Service Rd

1 WendywoodSCntr

Western Service Rd

Sandton

2144

Gauteng

South Africa

88 Stella St

Stella St

Sandton

2196

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.10596

28.06039

62b Wierda Rd

Wierda Rd

Sandton

2146

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.112028

28.04343

90 Graystonryln

Allcarehuis

Graystonryln

Sandton

2031

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1008

28.06493

23 Morris St East

Morris St East

Sandton

2157

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.047415

28.080078

1st Ave

Talisman Place

1st Ave

Johannesburg

2195

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.194409

28.076523

38 West St

West St

Johannesburg

2195

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.1549

27.97756

Commodity brokers

Commodity brokers are individuals or companies that charge clients a fee for their services of buying and selling of commodity contracts on behalf of them. Basically commodity brokers are intermediaries between buyers and sellers. Brokers must be licensed to be able to perform the duty. They offer a wide range of derivatives like livestock, metals, currencies and financial commodities.

Some brokers are called introducing brokers, floor brokers, commodity pool operators and futures commission merchants. Providing investments advice and market recommendation to clients, interpreting market reports and liaising with transport, shipping and insurance companies,is part of commodity brokers’ job description.  Brokers have the ability to reach the large possible base of buyers. Insurance brokers are largely associated with indemnity insurance (property, cars etc.) than non-indemnity insurance (life insurance). Metal brokers help make good quality orders for clients in another country or region then route them to the client or where the client wants them to be delivered to. They provide a commission structure that enables one to compare with other brokers. Intermediaries help buyers to analyse quality and quantity of a commodity being sold or bought then advise whether the price is reasonable or not.

Commodity brokers have a trading platform that places and executes trades electronically at the exchanges. Import and export agents help companies buy and sell in foreign countries with ease. Difference between stockbroker (individual professional) to stock broker (brokerage firm) must be noted as some people confuse these two.

To find more about commodity brokers, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Commodity brokers

Commodity brokers are individuals or companies that charge clients a fee for their services of buying and selling of commodity contracts on behalf of them. Basically commodity brokers are intermediaries between buyers and sellers. Brokers must be licensed to be able to perform the duty. They offer a wide range of derivatives like livestock, metals, currencies and financial commodities.

Some brokers are called introducing brokers, floor brokers, commodity pool operators and futures commission merchants. Providing investments advice and market recommendation to clients, interpreting market reports and liaising with transport, shipping and insurance companies,is part of commodity brokers’ job description.  Brokers have the ability to reach the large possible base of buyers. Insurance brokers are largely associated with indemnity insurance (property, cars etc.) than non-indemnity insurance (life insurance). Metal brokers help make good quality orders for clients in another country or region then route them to the client or where the client wants them to be delivered to. They provide a commission structure that enables one to compare with other brokers. Intermediaries help buyers to analyse quality and quantity of a commodity being sold or bought then advise whether the price is reasonable or not.

Commodity brokers have a trading platform that places and executes trades electronically at the exchanges. Import and export agents help companies buy and sell in foreign countries with ease. Difference between stockbroker (individual professional) to stock broker (brokerage firm) must be noted as some people confuse these two.

To find more about commodity brokers, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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