European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET)
Imposing CRD IV on trading houses, utilities and oil majors makes no sense
Rules would cost billions and push up cost of risk management, industry argues
Mifid II proposals seen as bad for end-users and market liquidity
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Schemes pose threat to electricity markets and integration, firms say
Zest for subsidies could threaten plans for unified EU electricity market
Efet board member calls for dramatic overhaul of subsidy regimes
Markup language could reduce high levels of operational risk
Mifid II exemptions for physically settled power, gas, coal and oil greeted by European energy traders
Participants within Europe's electricity markets expect market coupling to continue apace in the next few years, making a European-wide integrated power market possible by 2014
A partnership between EFETnet and DTCC aims to create a global commodity derivatives trade repository, which will provide regulators one point of contact for trade data
EU’s rules consultation raises industry concerns
Technological developments have transformed the face of European energy broking beyond recognition. Now regulatory changes could potentially alter this landscape even further. Alex Davis and Katie H...
EFET calls for energy companies to be exempted from mandatory clearing as proposed by the European Commission
Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) and Fortis Bank executed the first trade of European emission allowances using an International Swaps and Derivatives Association master agreement last week. Lo...
The delayed standard agreements for trading natural gas instruments at the Zeebrugge gas hub are set for release in the first quarter of next year, said Peter Taff, director of European operations a...
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