Over the course of 2008, German utility E.ON brought seven of its trading floors into one location in Düsseldorf. It was an enormous undertaking, which involved bringing together different and complex trading systems, operations and procedures. Baringa Partners played a leading role in helping the client define how to merge its operations, focusing on defining and implementing a consolidated set of trading processes and systems across all energy commodities for a number of its market units.
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