MET Group

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Having outgrown Hungary, MET set to grow big in Switzerland

Originally established in Hungary, MET Group today is one of the key players in energy and commodity trading in Central Europe. As an important milestone in its expansion, the company moved its headquarters to the Swiss city of Zug — a municipality that, in addition to low corporate and personal income tax rates, offers high-tech technology and telecoms infrastructure and a service infrastructure of banks, insurers, consultants and IT companies catering for the needs of commodity traders. We...
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2017. 02. 14.

An inside look at MET Group

We paid a visit to the headquarters of MET Holding, an energy trading company with Hungarian roots but growing international presence. While hardly a metropolis, the town of Zug is the capital of Switzerland’s smallest canton of the same name and is one of the most important hubs of global energy trade.
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2017. 02. 09.

Talents open up a new world

Article by Gergely Szabó, CEO, MET Hungary (Figyelő business weekly) Energy trading company MET has already offered the opportunity to a host of young talents to leave the boundaries of Central and Eastern Europe behind and achieve unprecedented success. The message is simple: if you do well, a new world opens up for you. Such opportunities in life are rare indeed.
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2016. 11. 10.

Being ready to take risks early on

Finanz und Wirtschaft, 26 October 2016 Benjamin Lakatos founded MET Group nine years ago. Ever since the international commodity trading company, with its seat in Zug, Switzerland, has enjoyed double-digit growth.
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2016. 10. 26.

Some will have to admit failure

Oil prices are likely to stay highly volatile over the year. A clearer picture of the market will only emerge by late 2016, says Tony Hughes, CEO of the London-based oil trading arm of MET Group.
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2016. 04. 21.

Europe May Become Swing LNG Buyer as Market Braces for Surplus

Global oversupply of LNG set to end up in Europe, MET CEO says MET started LNG desk to take advantage of a buyer's market Europe may soon buy excess supply of liquefied natural gas, helping determine global prices, according to MET Holding AG, a Swiss energy trader focused on eastern Europe.
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2016. 04. 18.

Bei uns fährt keiner einen Ferrari

Neue Zuger Zeiting – Die Rohstoffpreise sind im Keller. Wie gehts da einem Rohstoffhändler, der gerne Gas gibt? Die Antworten sind überraschend. Und relativieren ein Klischee.
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2016. 03. 21.

MET International sets up LNG trading desk as supply booms

Switzerland-based MET International AG is taking the plunge into liquefied natural gas (LNG) trading just as new supply from the United States and Australia makes the fuel more plentiful and affordable.
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2016. 03. 10.

MET story built on talent

Echoing other success stories, MET Group, which is now present in 10 countries, was started in 2007 by just a few people with entrepreneurial spirit. While its staff by now numbers more than 300, the multinational energy trading company managed to retain the flexibility and speed typical of smaller businesses.
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2015. 10. 05.

Gas trading from the East

Interview with Benjamin Lakatos – L'Agefi, 30 June 2015 Translation of the original French article “Setting up a base in Switzerland is one of my best decisions”
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2015. 06. 30.
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