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Farah Miller

Farah Miller

CEO at Helixtap Technologies
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Bio Farah is the CEO of helixtap technologies, an independent digital platform for collaboration and market development across pre trade, trade and post trade environments. Farah has a novel vision to streamline outdated processes and digitise the entire rubber supply chain, and has created a vibrant space for market participants to drive value and unlock new opportunities. It also publishes a proprietary physical rubber index, offering actionable insight to all. Career History Farah was previously in sales and trading roles spanning several commodities, such as thermal and coking coal, iron ore and natural rubber, with extensive experience in both Singapore and London. Her roles include time in the Noble Group and Ginga Petroleum, with her most recent role as VP at Green and Collier Trading as lead rubber broker and advisor.


Sustainable compliance

Commodity trading and ESG: using technology to support sustainability in the natural rubber industry

11 Nov 2020

Investing in ESG Investment decisions based on ESG criteria are growing and for an increasing number of asset managers, ESG inclusion in their decision-making is ever more apparent, as they see this focus as return-enhancing and risk-mitigating. Sustainability-focused funds continue to attract more capital. For example, CNBC (2020) referenced a st...

Innovation in Financial Services

Dealing with Uncertainty in the Rubber Markets

02 Nov 2020

Information is the Key to Future Success Rubber market in a state of flux The uncertainty of 2020 has caused a great deal of turbulence in the commodities markets and natural rubber has certainly also felt this impact. At the start of 2020, the Association of Natural Rubber Producing Countries (ANRPC), was forecasting an increase in production and...

Trends in Financial Services

Cloud services kickstart the digital era for commodities markets

07 Oct 2020

In August, the S&P Dow Jones Indices, which monitors the 30 companies that make up the Dow Jones, announced Exxon Mobil (XOM), Pfizer (PFE), and Raytheon (RTN) were getting the boot before the market opened on August 31. The three companies that replaced these historical titans were Salesforce (CRM), Amgen (AMGN) and Honeywell International (H...