IRN is proud to bring you the 5th edition of the Annual Energy Trading Operations and Technology Summit taking place in London on 16-17 October 2013.
Each year the flagship ETOT Summit attracts top names from major energy trading companies from Europe and globally.
This year again we will welcome key industry players from around the energy trading landscape, as well as regulators, energy trading banks and solution providers; from EFET, the European Commision, E.ON Energy, Société Générale, Eneco Energy Trade, Citi, GDF Suez, Axpo, Verbund, BG Group, ECC, Wipro Technologies, Digiterre, Gazprom Marketing & Trading, EDF Trading Limited, ConocoPhillips, Newedge, Baringa Partners, Triple Point Technology, Centrica, Trayport, SunGard Services, Deutsche Bank and Glencore and many more.
DAY 1 Wednesday 16th October 2013
•Keynote Address: The one year review; what’s changed in the energy industry?
•Update from the European Commission
•Update from EFET
•Update from ISDA: Standardisation in the OTC Derivatives Market
•Update from the FSA
•Industry response panel: Assessing the operational and technological impact of the new regulations
•Presentation: Efficiency and cost-cutting – Achieving process optimization in times of budget cuts
•Presentation: Challenges and opportunities arising from an increasingly demanding internal control framework
•Presentation: Automation and STP – What has been happening over the last year
•Interactive debate: Is spending it all on IT a financial black hole?
DAY 2 Thursday 17th October 2013
•Presentation: The European Energy Trading CIO Forum
•Panel discussion: How do Trade Repositories and Central Counterparty Clearing Houses cope with the changes imposed under EMIR?
BUSINESS/ OPERATIONS STREAM
•Case study: Implementing the changes to comply with regulations – What have we done so far?
•Presentation: Assessing the impact of risk mitigation obligations for not centrally-cleared OTC products on operations
•Presentation: Clearing and Settlement – Overcoming the challenges arising from the regulations
•Case study: Technological adjustment projects
•Presentation: Using technology to drive efficiency and reduce cost in all areas of your business
•Presentation: Updating your IT applications to meet the reporting requirements of EMIR
•Interactive debate: Outsourcing – Beneficial or waste of money?
•Case study: Operations and IT, a successful cooperation inside Eneco
•Presentation: Challenges and opportunities of market regulation project to stress test interfaces in your organisation
•Panel discussion: Evolving role of the Back Office – Determining what it is expected of operations professionals
•Panel discussion: What does future look like for the energy trading sector?
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