- Category: Interviews
WFE Focus Team , London , World Federation of Exchanges | Oct 2016
Mr Li takes us through the drivers behind DCE’s recent growth, and discusses his vision for the future.
WFE: Please give us an overview of Dalian Commodity Exchange and its operations.
Founded in 1993, Dalian Commodity Exchange (DCE) is one of the four Chinese futures exchanges under the supervision of the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). The 16 futures products launched by DCE cover multiple industrial areas, including oil and oil seeds, feed and farming, synthetic resin, coal, coke and minerals. With 23 years’ regulated operation and steady development, DCE has become the world's largest futures market for edible oil, plastics, coal, and iron ore, and the second largest futures market for agricultural products. In 2015, DCE traded 1.12 billion contracts, ranking 8th among major derivatives exchanges worldwide, according to FIA statistics.