Energy Risk Central & Eastern Europe conference

Notable progress

Energy Risk's 2010 CEE Conference

The mood had shifted substantially in comparison to 2009's Prague-based conference, when participants were sceptical as to whether the central and eastern European (CEE) regions would be able to make progress. Over the past year, liquidity levels – particularly for the over-the-counter (OTC) markets – have been growing healthily, increasing by roughly 20% over the past 12 months. End-user demand for hedging has also been mounting steadily and power is now being priced out up to three years ahead

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Counting down to dollar Libor transition

In a webinar, experts discussed the impact of market volatility on Libor transition, the availability of term SOFR, developments in non-linear markets and management of forthcoming CCP conversions

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