Energy Risk USA: Energy market participants struggle with reporting

Dodd-Frank rules on swap data reporting creating a headache for energy market participants

Firms facing stack of reporting challenges

Rules requiring over-the-counter derivatives to be reported under the US Dodd-Frank Act are presenting a major challenge to energy market participants in general and end-users in particular, said participants in a panel discussion at Energy Risk USA in Houston on May 15.

Under rules set by the US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), it is up to swap dealers to report trades to so-called swap data repositories (SDRs) – giant warehouses of data designed to give regulators a better insight

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