Regulation makes data top concern for energy traders

Firms worry about integrating data for EU and US trade reporting rules

Energy Risk reveals results of 2015 ETRM software survey

Many of the problems energy trading firms have to grapple with in 2015 have much to do with IT. This is reflected in the results of this year's Energy Risk energy trading and risk management (ETRM) software survey, which highlights the important role IT teams across the industry are playing in helping firms prepare for regulation and improve the quality of their internal reporting, while coping with lower technology budgets.

Regulation, in particular, is an issue that is currently of great

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