Braemar Seascope and Tullett Prebon Announce Joint Arrangement

Monday, August 18, 2008

Braemar Seascope Limited and Tullett Prebon PLC announce joint arrangement for FFA broking Braemar Seascope Limited and Tullett Prebon PLC announced the formation of TP Braemar, a joint arrangement that will broke forward freight agreements (FFAs).
The TP Braemar team will be based at Braemar’s offices in and will employ four FFA brokers to work on the wet FFA market. Operations will commence on August 18.

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