2nd Annual Regulatory Compliance in Energy Trading
Energy market participants are facing one of the most sweeping regulatory developments in recent history with the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. With significantly increased regulatory authority delegated to FERC and the CFTC, and the lack of detailed rules, the current regulatory climate creates an unprecedented amount of legal and financial uncertainty across energy markets. As the regulatory landscape continues to evolve, it is imperative for energy professionals to understand the ramifications of this new regulatory and enforcement structure in order to ensure compliance.
Attending this premier conference will give you the chance to address critical issues and best practices within the industry such as discussions surrounding the standards for drafting and negotiating energy trading documentation including master trading agreements, margin and collateral documentation, and energy trading policies and procedures.
The marcus evans 2nd Annual Regulatory Compliance in Energy Trading Conference is a highly intensive, content-driven event that includes workshops, presentations and panel discussions over two days. This conference is targeted towards industry leaders in trade compliance, commodities compliance, general and lead in-house counsel, regulatory affairs and regulatory policy roles in order to provide an intimate atmosphere for both delegates and speakers.
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