Where next for palladium?
Tuesday 14th September, exclusive online event with Green.TV
SFA (Oxford)'s annual New York Platinum Week event discussed how global events will impact the palladium market in the year ahead. This exclusive event, under the theme “Where next for palladium?”, explored how the palladium price is likely to be impacted in these uncertain times.
Fascinating insights from expert guest speakers
Oliver Krestin, Hensel Recycling
Oliver was appointed Managing Director of Hensel Recycling in 2013, having previously been employed within the company as Executive Vice President and Business Development Manager. Before Joining Hensel Recycling, he held various senior roles at Degussa AG, Deutschen Edelmetall Recycling AG, and Johnson Matthey. Oliver holds a degree from the Bertha Heraeus Business School.
Alexandra Gavrilova, JSC Krastsvetmet
Alexandra is employed in a key role within the Refining Division at JSC Krastsvetmet. Having gained several years of precious metals experience within the company, she is now responsible for precious metals export sales, the coordination of refining customers and market analytics. Alexandra holds a degree from Siberian State University.
Thought-provoking presentations from SFA (Oxford)
Stephen Forrest and Beresford Clarke together offered their unique, industry-leading views on the future opportunities and challenges for palladium. Plus, Lakshya Gupta drew upon his expert, in-depth knowledge of battery materials and technologies.
Where next for palladium? SFA's perspective on tomorrow's market
The risks of battery electric vehicles powering ahead
Stephen A. Forrest, Chairman
Beresford Clarke, Director of Research
Senior Battery Technologies Analyst
Stephen and Beresford provided an insightful takeaways on the palladium price outlook:
How is the palladium price likely to be impacted in these uncertain times?
Have we passed ‘peak palladium’?
How will pent-up auto demand (from semiconductor chip shortages) play out?
Do significant upward revisions in battery electric vehicle production indicate long-term palladium auto demand destruction?
When will the geographically diverse palladium supply growth overshoot medium-term demand?
In addition, Beresford presented the latest issue of The Palladium Standard. This highly sought-after publication provides SFA’s market view and collates all the key industry data and indicators for the past 12 months.
Our 2021 publication features articles on the global semiconductor chip shortage and an overview of the security of global palladium supply including stocks, plus a special 20-year review of the palladium market. A copy was provided to all delegates of the online event.
History of our New York PGM events
Since SFA (Oxford)'s first New York event in 2014, it has become an annual staple of the New York Platinum Week calendar. Here you can read up on the history of SFA's annual state-side event that brings together individuals from companies representing the entire platinum industry value chain.