Video: E.on North America compliance head praises CFTC shift

Legal and compliance head says agency has been “very receptive” of industry concerns

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The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) has recently become more sensitive to energy industry concerns in its implementation of the US Dodd-Frank Act, says Marc Merrill, head of legal and compliance at E.on Global Commodities North America, the US energy trading arm of the German utility giant.

Speaking in a video interview on the sidelines of Energy Risk Summit USA in Houston, Merrill says E.on is focusing its attention on a variety of new requirements affecting energy traders across

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