Data consolidation and regulatory reporting for energy firms

Next move for data

Chess move

Our previous article (Energy Risk, September 2010, pages 61–64, www.risk.net/1733987) highlighted the complexities and challenges faced by energy trading firms when dealing with data consolidation, regulatory reporting and analytics. It recommended firms should adopt a governance model based on a competency centre, which would set governance policies and standards, and monitor data collection, analysis and reporting across the entire organisation.

This poses key challenges on how to deal with

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