About the Event
Day one will begin with an overview of the current state of trade surveillance and market compliance, before a session delving into exactly what trade surveillance entails. Next will be an overview of the growing role of compliance this session will provide attendees with best practice approaches to creating compliance frameworks. The day concludes with a discussion on MiFID and MAR and what these regulations mean in the commodity market.
Day two will continue with a case study on key considerations to keep in mind when building a trade monitoring program, and look at how to reduce costs and gain operational efficiency. Data will be looked at, with an overview of the various options available. The course finishes with a discussion on trade surveillance vs eComm surveillance and how these interact.
What Will You Learn?
- An overview of the current state of trade surveillance and market compliance with a comparison of US vs UK vs EU regulatory requirements and considerations for Brexit
- What MiFID II and MAR mean for commodity market participants and how to leverage on banks experiences
- The growing role of compliance within trade surveillance and how to monitor, report and improve your frameworks
- Best practice approaches to data strategies for capture, centralization and automation through various system options
- How technology is disrupting the energy market and a look at some of these disruptors including cyber and cloud based systems
- Fundamentals of renewable energy and behaviours, along with a look at climate risk as a driver for lending decisions