S&P Global Commodity Insights
The Role: S&P Global Commodity Insights are recruiting a number of senior level positions responsible for providing research, analysis and expert insights on the global fibers markets. This role is an opportunity to utilize your fibers market expertise to develop and grow a market research and advisory business, and have a direct impact on our bottom line. As a key member of the team accountable for the strategic growth of our business, the successful candidate will possess knowledge across the broad spectrum of synthetic fibers including polyester, nylon, viscose, acrylic etc., from manufacturing to end use markets, especially the key players in the dominant Asia fiber markets. Knowledge of recycled polyester markets helpful. The candidate may already have spent time in market research and consulting roles as a specialist.
The successful candidate will become the face of S&P Global Commodity Insights business for the fibers industry. This integral position within the Chemicals business unit will develop and present cutting edge industry analysis to our clients, utilize the latest tools to provide accurate pricing and supply/demand forecasts and have a passion for building long-term value for clients. The successful candidate will have recent commercial and/or corporate planning experience and bring with them a network of industry contacts. An entrepreneurial spirit with the gravitas to represent the organization across the C suite, the position requires world class presentation skills with the expectation the candidate will represent the company as a key note speaker at industry events.
Education and Experience
IHS Markit Ltd was an information services provider that completed a merger with S&P Global in 2022. Headquartered in London, it was formed in 2016 with the merger of IHS Inc. and Markit Ltd.On 30 November 2020, S&P Global and IHS Markit released information about a definitive all-stock deal for around $44 billion, a deal which would be the largest of the year globally, according to Dealogic data.In Dec. 2021, the company announced its intention to sell Base Chemicals to News Corp for a reported $295 million as part of an effort to alleviate concerns about competitive effects.The purchase by S&P Global was finalized on 28 February 2022