Lessons for the next round of energy market regulation

More buy-in and more recognition of the commodity market's special features will make future regulation faster and smoother, argues energy expert


The European Union energy sector is nearly eight months into Mifid II, two months into the General Data Protection Regulation, and several years into the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir), the Regulation on Wholesale Energy Market Integrity and Transparency (Remit), and the Market Abuse Regulation (Mar). Is this the end of the regulatory turmoil for energy and commodities? Probably not, as existing regulations will always be subject to amendment and replacement. But a look at the

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