Commodities Brokerage Exchange
We provide advance financing in a secure and transparent manner.
The Chile Commodities Exchange (“La Bolsa de Productos de Chile”) was created in the year 2005 as a common grounds forum between the agricultural and financial worlds operating via Commodity Exchange Brokers (Corredores de Bolsa de Productos); of which, our brokerage firm is indeed a relevant industry stakeholder.
Our main business objective is to perform commodity intermediation operations at the Chile Commodities Exchange providing various financial options to different sector companies that need to finance their receivables (accounts receivable), via a dedicated professional platform team. On the other hand, there are investor clients who opt in favor of this attractive investment alternative.
We provide financing by way of advance payment of invoices issued by Large Invoice Issuers registered in the Commodities Exchange, without any liability whatsoever to the invoice issuer, thus enabling our clients to release their lines of working capital. Additionally, we finance Physical Product Inventories registered in the Commodities Exchange; such as, corn grains (kernels), wheat flour and bovine cattle, among others, via REPO (inventory replenishment) operations.
The 2015 “Bolsa de Productos S.A. – Tanner Corredores de Bolsa de Productos” Award.
In a relaxed atmosphere of celebration and camaraderie, in 2015, for the first time, the Commodities Exchange rewarded its brokers based on their performance.
The entity presided by César Barros issued an acknowledgment award to Tanner Corredores de Bolsa de Productos in the category of “Highest Number of Payers Traded”.
“We are very pleased to issue this award to those brokerage firms that operate with the Commodities Exchange. Throughout our 10-year history we developed a transparent platform that has nowadays consolidated into an excellent source of financing, as well as an investment alternative that provides a very good risk/return combination”, said Christopher Bosler, the general manager of the Commodities Exchange.
Payers traded – 1st semester of 2016:
|Payer||Total amount ($)||Average rate (30-day base %)|
|Anglo American Sur||1.213.058.192||0,40%|
|Claro Chile S.A.||405.665.287||0,47%|
|Easy Retail S.A||186.695.721||0,48%|
|Isapre Cruz Blanca||3.895.509.850||0,46%|
|Minera Cerro Colorado||21.705.130||0,39%|
|Minera el Abra||525.579.004||0,39%|
|Minera los Pelambres||59.457.398||0,39%|
|Minera Lumina Copper Chile||259.788.036||0,48%|
|Viña Concha y Toro||444.735.783||0,47%|
|Viña San Pedro||855.892.253||0,47%|
|Viña Santa Carolina||123.340.145||0,47%|
|Viña Santa Rita||14.673.566||0,50%|
We consider two types of invoice investment risks:
Credit risks: are those related to the eventual insolvency of the payers.
Operating risks: are those related to the confirmation of the goods and/or services that originated the payer’s invoice and its overall accuracy and veracity.