Editor's letter – getting the bit in the middle right

Editor's letter – getting the middle-office systems right

Stella Farrington - Editor - Energy Risk

Energy trading is, once again, likely to be impacted by another risk management debacle that didn’t occur within the energy space.

JP Morgan’s recent $2 billion hedging losses will probably mean stricter enforcement of the Dodd-Frank Act, which could hurt liquidity and drive up trading costs in energy derivatives markets, the International Energy Agency warned in its June oil report (see story on page 6 of news roundup).

Many are now asking why these risk management debacles keep happening. The

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