About us

Vertis is a top environmental commodities broker, specialising in emissions trading and energy efficiency. As one of the carbon market pioneers, Vertis started its emissions trading business in 2001.

Our business is about developing a deep understanding of our clients' businesses to be able to fulfil their needs and solve their problems with the tools and products we have.

Our commitment to you

When you deal with Vertis you get our commitment to care, clarity and excellence. We make the effort to really understand our clients and make sure you get the deals you need. We deal transparently and we’ll speak your language clearly and frankly – we don’t use jargon to sound clever. And we do our utmost to provide excellent products and excellent service.

The facts

  • Over 1,000 clients primarily in the utility and heavy industry sectors across Europe
  • Brokerage and trading carbon instruments
  • Founded in 1998, specialised on emissions trading since 2001
  • Active in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme and in the markets created by the Kyoto Protocol for over ten years
  • Named Best Broker in the carbon market by Thomson Reuters Point Carbon in 2011
  • Named Emission Dealer of the year by Energy Risk in 2015
  • Membership or direct acces to two exchanges: EEX and ICE
  • Projects business line is exclusive advisor on 5 large N2O abatement
    projects
  • Privately owned, financially strong company

Based in Budapest, Hungary with 25 staff speaking Catalan, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak and Spanish.

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The European Parliament’s post-2020 reform package explained
20 February 2017
On 15 February, the European Parliament adopted its position on the Phase 4 reform of the EU ETS. The report was adopted...
Bring it in – Price forecast competition 2017
16 January 2017
Last January we invited our clients receiving the Daily Newsletter to do the impossible and guess the highest settlement...

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EUA Dec17: 5 euro gravity to be tested by high supply
20 February 2017
The risk of the plenary vote about the post-2020 reform kept traders away from the carbon market last Monday. The price...
EUA Dec17: Uncertainty about plenary vote pushed down the carbon price
13 February 2017
Despite slipping to 5.06 euro in the first hours of trading on Monday, the EUA Dec17 recovered after the strong auction...
EUA Dec17: Moving in a narrowing triangle
06 February 2017
After opening with a 3 cents gap up, the EUA Dec17 climbed higher continuously last Monday. The price hit an intra-day maximum...

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