Energy Risk Regulatory Update London
Learn how to comply with MiFID II, EMIR, REMIT & MAR and the operational implications they have. Additional sessions include renewable energy trading and sustainable development and best practice approaches to staying compliant with evolving technologies in energy markets.
This course will give delegates an understanding of the regulatory requirements that energy trading firms must be compliant with, the operational implications of implementing them and current challenges, successes and future learnings. Regulatory overviews of renewable energy, sustainable development and evolving technologies will also be discussed.
Aviv Handler, Managing Director, ETR ADVISORY
Aviv is the Managing Director of ETR Advisory, a niche consultancy which provides advice and services to the energy and commodity markets in the understanding, preparation and implementation of European Energy and Commodity Market Regulations. He focuses focus on all streams of regulation including EMIR, REMIT, MiFiD II and CRD IV as well as applicable rules across the globe. He has domain expertise in compliance (REMIT, EMIR, MiFiD, Basel II/III, CAD, CRD IV),credit risk, commodity and energy trading (gas, power, oil), with extensive knowledge of regulation , credit, risk and ETRM systems and well as financial messaging
Senior Vice President, Director, International Law & Global Trading
Marc Merrill, Senior Vice President, Director, International Law & Global Trading, UNIPER
Marc Merrill is currently the head of the international team of lawyers responsible all legal issues related to the Uniper Group's global trading activities. Prior to his current role, Marc was Senior Legal Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Uniper Global Commodities North America LLC, where he was responsible for all legal, regulatory and compliance issues related to the establishment and operation of the new North American trading arm of E.ON SE. Marc has extensive experience with issues concerning the marketing, trading and financing of power, natural gas, oil, coal, LNG, weather, and environmental commodities. He has a particular understanding of the issues impacting a company active in the international energy and commodity markets, including US and European regulation and the structuring and financing of cross-border transactions.
Prior to his in-house work with E.ON, Marc was in private practice in Munich, Germany and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He received his Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law degrees from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas-Austin. He also studied law in Germany and France. He is fluent in German.
Regulatory and Policy professional
Maria is Regulatory and Policy Consultant with over seven years of experience in the field of European energy market policy and regulation. Currently, she is Manager for Market Supervision with the European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET), focusing on legislative frameworks for energy market integrity and transparency. Previously, she has dealt with regulatory issues related to carbon emissions trading and European gas market design.
Sole Legal Counsel
Raizen Trading LLP
Alejandro encompasses over 19 years of professional experience with a strong background in corporate, finance, regulatory, energy and trading in the global market. He has worked for majors such as Bear Stearns, AIB. He later co-founded Primergy Capital Partners, an FCA regulated Investment Manager focused in energy trading. More recently, he established the legal departments of Gunvor and Cadoil Trading. Currently, Alejandro works for Raizen Trading, part of Raizen Group, a JV between Cosan and Shell.
Alejandro studied Law (USA, Austria, Spain), holds an MBA from Chicago Booth and a PE specialization by Harvard Business School. Recently he received the recognition by being listed in the GC Powerlist The Legal 500 in Switzerland.
- How, when and who to report to and how to deal with regulations from other jurisdictions
- Up to date knowledge on the state of regulations affecting the energy market & likely implications of Brexit and SFTR
- Operational implications of complying with these regulations
- Impact of MIFID II on energy trading firms
- Considerations for complying with MAR and best practice approaches for monitoring
- An overview of REMIT and reporting requirements
- Regulatory update on the sustainable energy trade agreement and how the EU clean energy package will affect the energy industry
- How evolving technology fits in to the regulatory framework
Who Should Attend
Relevant departments may include but are not limited to:
- Energy trading
- Commodity trading
- Regulatory affairs
- Market surveillance
- Introduction to European energy and commodity regulation
- Operational implications of regulations
- Anti abuse legislation: MAR
- MiFID II
- EMIR & reporting requirements
- Renewable energy trading & sustainable development
- Evolving technology in energy markets - Best practices to stay compliant