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Cargill Risk Management

At Cargill Risk Management, we know that where there is risk, there is opportunity – a chance to be proactive instead of reactive. Our risk management experts partner with customers to build commodity price risk management strategies using tailored solutions that are unique to their goals, industries and market biases.

Together, we can minimize uncertainty, maximize opportunity and manage price risk with confidence.

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Cargill Risk Management has more than 25 years of experience in commodity hedging. Today, we have 15 global offices in 11 different countries, with experienced teams across agriculture, energy, packaging and currency commodity sectors.

Markets We Serve:

  • Agriculture: Grains, Softs, Dairy, Livestock, Feed Protein and Oils
  • Energy: Petroleum Refined Products, Natural Gas, Emission Renewables and NGLs
  • Resin & Packaging: Ethylene, Polyethlyene, Propylene and Polypropylene
  • Currencies
  • Institutional Investors

Our Commodity Expertise

Whether you are selling or merchandising grain, feeding cattle, powering a facility, or bottling beverages, when you partner with Cargill, you have access to risk management experts who understand your business objectives.


Cargill works closely with customers to create solutions in today’s complex and dynamic energy markets.


Cargill's risk management experts start by getting to know your business and understanding your objectives and risk tolerance before recommending a solution or approach.

Institutional Products

Since 1996, Cargill has been providing commodity exposure to a select group of the world’s largest and most respected institutional investors including pension plans, endowments, foundations, family offices and asset managers.

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Notices & Disclosures

Cargill is a provisionally registered swap dealer with the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”) and is required to comply with the CFTC’s rules on regulatory capital requirements (“Regulatory Capital Requirement”).  Cargill maintains a level of regulatory capital that is in excess of two times Cargill’s minimum Regulatory Capital Requirement.


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