New approaches to energy credit risk management

Re-tooling credit risk management

The financial crisis bred a new awareness of counterparty credit risk and necessitated a different approach to the development of energy hedging facilities.

While market participants are now more relaxed about counterparty credit, and credit in general is far less constrained than it was in the immediate aftermath of the Lehman collapse, it is certainly still a concern among energy companies and prospective counterparties. This has led to some new approaches and greater flexibility in managing

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