The Surveillance of Trading in Energy markets is a key focus for Compliance functions who are building out trading and communication surveillance capabilities to prevent market abuse and be compliant with global regulatory expectations.
Our Energy Trading Surveillance Deep Dive will cover in detail the regulatory expectations for both trading and communications surveillance in the energy markets and commodity trading businesses. Senior surveillance and compliance leaders along with regulators will debate best practice in trading and communications surveillance for the energy markets. Should energy trading businesses be buying or building their surveillance technologies? What are the privacy and data privacy concerns surveillance functions should be concerned with? How can surveillance functions reduce the huge amount of false positives picked up by their surveillance systems? How much resource and budget should energy trading businesses be spending on their surveillance capabilities? Have Compliance functions got the right people with the right understanding of the energy markets in place to conduct effective surveillance? What are the global regulatory expectations on energy firms to mitigate the potential for market abuse?
The event will take place in 3 hour blocks starting at 13.00 BST / 08.00 EDT in a safe, off the record environment. The in-depth analysis into energy trading surveillance will ensure high quality interaction between delegates through content rich panel discussions, keynote addresses, and a series of carefully managed private interactive discussions. In addition, delegates will be able to view profiles, and contact each other before, during and after the event. Delegates will also be able to access content from leading technology vendors and consultants. Any debate content missed on the days of the event will be available on-demand for seven days afterwards. This Deep Dive will be CPD certified so that delegates attendance can be utilised to demonstrate professional development.