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5th Annual Risk Management in Energy Trading Conference

Event : 5th Annual Risk Management in Energy Trading Conference

Thu, 08/11/2012  
Conducted by : Marcus Evans
Contact : Robin Yegelwel

 Deregulation combined with rapid growth has created a volatile market full of new opportunities for energy traders across the globe. This volatile market brings with it challenges that are distinct from other financial and asset markets, particularly in the form of trading highly volatile energy commodities, including power and gas. Moving to the center of corporate strategy, active risk management is now recognized to be of primary importance when it comes to supporting new trading opportunities.

 
By attending this event, professionals in the energy trading industry will be prepared to overcome new challenges by building on the fundamentals of risk management.  Attendees will gain insight by exploring accurate, actionable knowledge on how to improve risk management within the organization at the personnel, policy, and system performance level. 
 
Attending This Conference Will Enable You To: 
 
1. Mitigate risk through improved processes and policies 
 
2. Manage liquidity risk and capital adequacy in the new regulatory environment to effectively measure risk 
 
3. Address risk at the personnel level 
 
4. Improve risk management systems 
 
Industry leaders attending this conference will benefit from a dynamic presentation format consisting of workshops, panel discussions, and industry-specific case studies that provide accurate, real-world knowledge. Attendees will experience highly interactive conference sessions, 10-15 minutes of Q&A time after each presentation, 4+ hours of networking, and exclusive online access to materials post-event
 


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