Ceres Ltd

Ceres Ltd.

 Ceres Ltd is an award winning Investment Firm focused on Global Capital Markets, offering services tailored to meet the unique needs of international professionals and sophisticated investors.

Through our firm and global partnerships we deliver a wide range of financial services, providing world class customer service. Our reputation is earned on a daily basis in each client relationship and professional affiliation we maintain.

We are consciously focused on our relationships with people and the environment.



Who was Ceres?

During the ancient Roman Empire, Ceres was the goddess of agriculture, fertility and motherly relationships; she was considered one of the most important deities of the ancient Roman Empire. She was the sister of Jupiter, the king of all the Roman gods.

She was honored with many temples and festivals, the most important ones were during the spring planting season and at the fall harvest-time, as well as during Roman weddings. Over time she also became the patron goddess of the Roman farmers and others involved in the agricultural industry.

Ceres has had a great impact on modern western culture; Many agricultural words derived from Ceres' name, such as "create", "cereal", "grow", "kernel", "corn", and "increase". Statues of Ceres top the domes of the Missouri State Capitol and the Vermont State House serving as a reminder of the importance of agriculture in the states' economies and histories. Ceres is depicted on the Seal of New Jersey as a symbol of prosperity. There is also a statue of her on top of the Chicago Board of Trade Building (CME), which is the world's leading marketplace for trading in commodities.

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Why we chose Ceres for our name?

We were inspired by two major influences:

The first is by what the ancient Roman goddess symbolized to the people of the Roman Empire; enjoying the bounty of the earth, while respecting it.

And secondly by the experience of walking down LaSalle Street to the classic art deco Chicago Board of Trade building in Chicago (which is now the home of the CME Group combined exchanges trading floors), it is impossible to miss the statue of Ceres elegantly standing on top of the building.

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