Despite posting big losses, funds that track front-month contracts remain popular with investors
Energy Risk Awards 2020: Firm’s wide commodities presence, physical and financial risk expertise and financing capabilities result in standout deals
Overhauling pricing models could reap rewards even if prices don’t cross zero again
Key wins for BP, Engie and Uniper while Macquarie takes the derivatives house of the year award
Brent crude contract traded volumes hit 3.4 million on March 9
BP and Engie pick up two awards each, while BNPP takes the coveted derivatives house of the year
New rule on speculative commodity trades will be proposed within weeks
Capital on non-margined trades jumps 90%, and energy firms face double hit
Wind firming deals claim to address intermittency and stabilise renewable generator cashflow, but how effective are they?
EC urged to extend CCP safe harbour so listed derivatives don’t switch to OTC
CCP's clearing members incurred 49 margin breaches as of end-September
BNP Paribas takes Derivatives house, BP wins Oil & products and BOCI and Engie scoop two awards each
Agency lacks the resources to monitor limits, say Berkovitz and Quintenz
This paper proposes temperature-based risk management using hybrid financial instruments built on weather derivatives.
Expectations grow that a long-awaited Asian gas derivatives market is emerging
Bethanie Castelnuovo, chief financial officer at SCB, gives her reaction to SCB’s wins at the Energy Risk Commodity Rankings 2018 and her thoughts on the organisation's business outlook.
Recent cases make it harder to pursue instances of overseas misconduct
Slashing gross notional of trades can keep firms out of reach of incoming rules
Carlos Blanco and Alessandro Mauro explain how non-linear P&L attribution tools can improve a company’s business intelligence capabilities
Cyclical lull conceals structural shift as liquidity becomes shorter-dated and more flighty
Risk management and portfolio optimization for gas- and coal-fired power plants in Germany: a multivariate GARCH approach
This paper investigates the hedging effectiveness of energy derivatives traded at the EEX for the purpose of mitigating the risk exposure of gas- and coal-fired power plants in Germany.
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UK bank expands commodities team with Koch hire
Energy companies blame regulatory risk for reluctance to report trades