IRN, global summit organiser is hosting the 4th Annual Energy Trading Regulations & Compliance 2014 Summit taking place on 11-12th March 2014 in London.
The Summit continues to provide a fundamental platform to discuss the uncertainty and industry response to the restrictive nature of the latest regulatory provisions for energy trading companies.
The Summit is designed to address the practical implementation measures around:
ETRC 2014 is built on a strong reputation that continues to connect market participants from across the industry in Europe and globally. Last year’s ETRC Summit gathered over 100 people from the leading energy trading companies and energy trading banks, including Axpo, BP, E.ON, ENI, Gazprom, GDF Suez, Hess Corporation, Petronas Energy Trading, RWE Supply & Trading, and many others. Endorsed by EFET, the Summit also had the pleasure of welcoming regulatory authorities such as ACER and FCA, and relevant associations within the sector.
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