The global leading expert focused in the Commodity market

Headquartered in London and established all across Europe and Asia, the Consultancy was created back in 2009 to advise commodity houses and investment banks on complex issues and support them on technical projects.

Number one in Metals, Atum Consulting is also a key player in Agriculture and Energy -- overall a true partner on physical and non-physical commodities trading, from business process and controls to system deliveries.


USD 2 million of consolidated turnover as of the 30th September of 2016


Present in 4 geographical Locations: United Kingdom, Switzerland, Morocco, Singapore


Working with most of the key players in the industry, including 7 out of the 10 world’s leading metals trading houses


8 years of continuous growth


25 seasoned consultants with an in-depth knowledge of the commodity sector


Over 30 projects successfully delivered with all key players in the industry

Our services

Atum Consulting offers a full range of services in the Commodity market:

○ Systems: Benchmarking, Request For Information, Request For Proposal, Implementation, Customization, Developments, Testing, Setup, Reporting, Support

○ Business Process: Audit, Documentation, Controls improvements, Logistics Optimization, Organization, Strategic business development

○ Change Management: New setups and re-organisation

Our projects

Atum Consulting assists and serves a wide range of Customers among Investment Banks, Trading Houses, Utilities, Supply Chain Management companies, Brokers and Investment Companies.

○ Metals: Base, Precious and PGM, Non-ferrous and Ferrous. Refined, Bulks and Concentrates

○ Agriculturals: Grains & Oilseeds, Softs, Livestock, Dairy, Biofuels

○ Energy: Crude oil, Refined products, Natural Gas and LNG, Coal, Electricity, Petrochemicals

Some of our clients



ATUM Benchmark
Released in March 2017 for Metals and Raw Material CTRM systems, and will be enhanced with an Energy, Coffee and Fertilizers version in Q1 2018, and the balance of Commodities by the end of 2018.