The regulatory changes have substantial implications for back office procedures, as they have pressed for greater efficiency within IT structures and more stringent measures within compliance, reporting, analytics, data management and risk management. This means energy trading businesses need to review all operational and technology strategies to both ensure compliance and maximise efficiency in tight timelines.
The Speaking faculty consists of key speakers from;
Mercuria Energy Trading
First Texas Energy Corporation
and many others …. Please visit our speaker page for the full list at http://www.etothouston2012.com/
What will you get out of it?
Hear the latest updates from regulators CFTC and FERC on how the Dodd-Frank Act and swap derivatives are going to impact the technological and operational processes in your organization
Discover the latest around redeveloping systems in light of the latest regulatory demands and the strain of this on your IT systems
Get up-to-date with the most current technological and operational developments around collateral management, clearing & settlement processes, trade documentation, master agreements, operational risks, control, and confirmations
Review the most up-to-date IT projects and examine the changes in IT infrastructure;
Hear the latest updates from the clearing houses CME and ICE
Enjoy a breakfast briefing roundtable discussing the latest with financial operations assessing the latest around automation & STP, physical operations examining operational processes in light of the regulations and how technological standards have risen in order to supporting transparency and disclosure
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For further information, please contact Jessica Jonah at jessicaj@international-