Rapid data collection and tracking. Precise real-time reporting. New liquidity requirements. New Dodd-Frank regulations demand that every affected company revisit and refine its energy and commodity trading and risk management strategies and the technology that enables them. Success is possible by quickly and fully capturing data; maintaining mandated margin, position and credit limits; and accurately reporting in an auditable environment.
The Dodd-Frank Act isn't just a set of new rules. It is a mandate to transform the way you manage your portfolio, how you interact with your counterparties and much more -- from position limit monitoring to new, faster reporting requirements. It means the end of today's business as usual and the dawn of a new approach to commodity trading and risk management.
That's a tall order but it can be achieved. An enhanced approach to energy commodity risk aggregation and analytics can provide a holistic view of your company's exposure to the market. Are your systems up to the task?
Join us to:
- Get the latest insights on regulatory changes that are certain today – and what to expect as more rules are finalized.
- Grasp the impact of how increased transparency into trading activities will affect your daily business behavior – and your bottom line.
Assess the technology response and understand why your systems will need a boost to meet these new challenges – and the capabilities an ideal technology solution should be able to provide.
Who should attend?
From the CEO to the risk analyst, this webcast is an ideal update on fast-moving changes that should be on the radar of everyone in your organization. Attendees who will benefit include risk analysts, managers, directors, CRO's, and IT professionals responsible for risk systems. Anyone involved in the management and analysis of commodity data streams and the measuring and monitoring of exposures to market risk, credit risk, price risk and related issues, and anyone responsible for the consolidation of data from multiple sources will find this session valuable as will professionals responsible for regulatory compliance within their organization.