European Commodity Market Regulations – Implementation, Impacts and Solutions

Increased regulation and oversight of European energy and commodity trading has commenced as various aspects of the EMIR (European Market Infrastructure Regulation), REMIT (Regulation on wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency), and other regulations start to bite. These regulations are already having an impact on trading and risk management business practices and may have far reaching and as yet, even un-thought of consequences for the industry. Unfortunately, the authorities have yet to define some of the detail and clarity needed to be able to determine this.

Download it here European Commodity Market Regulations Part 1

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