Remit definition of insider information “pretty obvious”, says Acer director

alberto pototschnig acer agency for the cooperation of energy regulators
Alberto Pototschnig, Acer

Despite uncertainty among energy firms over what constitutes insider information under new European rules, the director of the Ljubljana-based Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (Acer) thinks the boundary is clear.

In an exclusive interview with Energy Risk, Alberto Pototschnig argues that the concept of insider information should be familiar to firms as a result of its longstanding use in financial markets. “To me, it’s pretty obvious. If you think there is a piece of information

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