Navigating European Energy and Commodity Markets Regulation

By Aviv Handler

Discipline:  Energy & Commodities, Regulation

First published:

The energy and commodity markets have been hit by a tranche of new regulations as a consequence of the global financial crisis of 2007–09, market-abuse cases within the financial markets, and concerns over the integrity of the wholesale energy market. The new regulations have led to a wave of extra work for market participants, and a necessary expansion of compliance departments and processes. Rules such as Emir, Mifid II, Mar and Remit are complex to navigate and understand.

Aimed at those who wish to better understand the regulations, Navigating European Energy and Commodity Markets Regulation will be essential to those involved with the European commodity and energy markets in the following roles and departments:

  • Compliance
  • Legal
  • Back office
  • Risk management
  • Trading
  • Information technology
  • Consultants
  • Software houses
  • Journalists and researchers

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