Energy Risk Europe - 19th annual conference
There are some big changes happening to the energy market. European energy firms are up in arms about the latest batch of regulations that can see numerous participants being driven out of commodity derivatives markets. Liquidity concerns come alongside the drop in commodity prices that impacts counterparties and credit risk; clearing and margining increase the cost of trading and hedging leading many energy firms to tighten their belts and scale back ambitious plans.
In these trying times for the energy industry Energy Risk presents its 19th annual conference Energy Risk Summit Europe 2016, Europe's premier event on energy trading and risk management. We provide the perfect opportunity to learn about and discuss important industry challenges and the potential solutions, networking with over 150 energy professionals from up to 15 countries and be a part of the global Energy Risk community and one of the most established events of its kind.
Confirmed Speakers for 2016
Jorge MontepequeSenior Advisor, Global Markets
Daniel LacalleCIO, Tressis Gestion and Author of “Life In The Financial Markets” and “The Energy World Is Flat”
Key highlights for the 2016 event include:
- Senior representatives from French Financial Markets Authority, FCA, ISDA, Swiss Federal Electricity Commission, E-control will discuss challenges brought to the energy trading market by Remit, Emir, Mifid II and MAR
- A number of session covering wrong way risk and right way risk in the current pricing environment, best practice in counterparty analysis, second generation Enterprise Risk Management, hedging impact on risk and performance management
- Two in-depth workshops on Advanced analytical methods for managing energy trading portfolios and Portfolio Compressions, Position limits and the ancillary activity test under MiFID II
- New for 2016 – due to popular request we’re featuring more content on trading technology including trade surveillance, blockchain, IT security and ETRM systems
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