MIFID II, REMIT, MAD & MAR
London, 15-16 November 2017
This course is aimed at all practitioners needing to comply with energy regulation affecting the front, back and middle office functions. The middle and back office will gain improved knowledge of best practices approaches once the regulation takes shape, whilst giving traders a holistic view in order to avoid, spot and fulfil the regulatory requirements. However, Energy Risk welcomes any individual with an interest in the course material.
- An introduction to European energy regulation
- The ancillary activity test under MiFID II
- MiFID II position limits and reporting requirements
- CRD IV, CRR and margin requirements
- Complying with market abuse regulation
- Trade reporting under EMIR and REMIT
- Learn which regulations are already in force and which are in the pipeline
- Better understanding of the MiFID II position limits and the ancillary activity test, and other requirements
- Understand what is required of an entity that is fully regulated under MIFID II
- Consideration of the market abuse regulation; who it affects and the penalties and sanctions
- Prevention and detection of market abuse under REMIT and MAR
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About the Course:
Over the last few years energy regulation has skyrocketed. With regulation on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency (REMIT), an EU regulation which has been adopted since December 2011, and the Market Abuse Directive II (MAD II) and Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) coming into effect in July 2016. To add to this, MiFID II is set to be implemented from January 2018, adding greater unease to an already complex market. The "Brexit" process will soon also have an impact on many market participants.
While it has become increasingly clear that companies need to be more transparent with their dealings, and work closer with regulators in order to sustain a fair market, energy companies are less used to regulatory change compared to the financial industry.
As a result, EnergyRisk has designed a two day training course focusing on the various energy regulations that companies need to deal with, and how to adjust to the impending MiFID II rules.
- Cathryn Scott, Partner, Legal and Wholesale Market, Ofgem
- Aviv Handler, Managing Director, ETR Advisory
- David Hirst, Director, Ainsty Consulting Ltd
- Maria Popova, Regulatory and Policy professional, European Federation of Energy Traders
- Josef Bogensperger, Principal Risk Manager, Verbund Trading GmbH
- Brigitte Hendrikse, Managing Practizioner, IN-PRACTIZ Legal and Compliance Services
- Dr Stanislav Shcheredin, Senior Consultant, PwC
Energy Risk Training Testimonials:
Edison Trading - "Very knowledgeable speakers with first hand practical experience in the analysis of the impact and the implementation of the regulation"
Monsson Trading - "A very useful presentation which cleared up some still unclear matters in the field."
CGI - "Very comprehensive, it touched a number of very valid points about the inconsistencies of the current and new regulations."