DAY TWO

Registration & coffee

Opening comments from the chairman

Bernhard Walter, Head of Market Design & Regulatory Affairs (Trading), EnBW AG

 

The Market Abuse Directive best practices: implementing trade surveillance

 

  • Overview of the different options:

    • Set of procedures, no system

    • Built-in system

    • Off-the-shelf system

  • Benchmarking the different approaches:

    • Investment

    • E ciency

    • Are they future-proof?

Bernhard Walter, Head of Market Design & Regulatory Affairs (Trading), EnBW AG (moderator)

John Fahs, Head of Compliance for Market Regulations, Statkraft Energi AS

Daniel Chiechi, Ethics and Compliance Director, Centrica

Pedro de Carvalho Robalo, Head of Risk Control & Compliance, SOCAR Trading S.A.

Saeed Patel, Global Technical Compliance Lead, EDF Trading

Nick Wallis, Director - Risk & Surveillance Platforms, Nasdaq

 

Modernising energy markets – the case of the regulatory reform in Greece

  • Moving from a mandatory pool market to a spot and derivatives market

  • A reform in line with market coupling rules and the EU internal capital markets agenda

  • Introducing a market model

  • Membership criteria, clearing concept and supervision

 

Dr. Christina Tarnanidou, Professor - Financial and Energy Trading Regulations, Athens University of Economics and Business - AUEB

10:40 Morning break

The evolving role of exchanges

  • Where do exchanges fit in the new trading landscape?

  • Regulatory constraints for exchanges

  • Organising the reporting of positions

  • Guiding companies through trade surveillance

 

Jamie Stewart, Gas Market Editor, ICIS

Peter Biltoft -Jensen, Senior Lead Regulatory Advisor - Energy Markets, Ørsted (formerly DONG Energy)

Dr. Christina Tarnanidou, Professor - Financial and Energy Trading Regulations, Athens University of Economics and Business - AUEB

Kaj Forsberg, Senior Analyst & Advisor - Member of ACER's Market Integrity and Transparency Working Group, Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate - Energimarknadsinspektionen

 

Ensuring compliance with market abuse legislations around the world – challenges for global energy companies

  • Market abuse legislations inside and outside the EU – Similarities and differences

  • Market abuse cases outside the EU – What can we learn from them?

  • Extraterritoriality – What does it really mean and how can it affect you?

  • Dealing with regulations from other jurisdictions

  • Dealing with regulators from other jurisdictions

 

Barbara Samuelsen, Senior Legal Counsel, Statoil ASA

12:40 Lunch break

Developing compliance culture in the energy trading sector

  • How to extend a robust and dynamic trade compliance culture?

  • Building a strong trade compliance programme

  • What are the challenges faced by compliance officers? How do they overcome them?

  • Enforcement and fines: A look at the recent history

Saeed Patel, Global Technical Compliance Lead, EDF Trading (moderator)

John Fahs, Head of Compliance for Market Regulations, Statkraft Energi AS

Aviv Handler, Managing Director, ETR Advisory

Brigitte Hendrikse, External Legal Counsel, Gulf Gas+Power

Upcoming General Data Protection Regulation – what you should watch out for

 

The EU is adapting to the digitalisation of business, including through new private data protection measures. How is that impacting energy trading companies, and in particular utilities? What should we prepare for before May 2018? This session will answer your questions including:

  • Are you in or are you out? The scope of GDPR

  • Internal and external aspects concerning data protection

  • Residential or consumer-data/ smart metering and their status

  • Should you get started, and if yes, how to be ready on time?

Brigitte Hendrikse, External Legal Counsel, Gulf Gas+Power

 

The future of energy trading regulations – what should we expect in coming years?

  • Reviews of the different regulations: are we heading towards more energy-trading-companies- friendly rules?

  • How will the Winter Package measures affect energy trading?

  • What regulations can we likely expect from changes in the trading landscape?

 

Bernhard Walter, Head of Market Design & Regulatory Affairs (Trading), EnBW AG (moderator)

Dr. David Beier, Financial Market Regulation, WINGAS

Clemens Wagner-Bruschek, Energy Market Specialist, E-Control

Cornelia Kawann, Head of Division Market Surveillance, Federal Electricity Commission (ElCom)

Closing comments from the chairman and end of summit

08:30

09:30

09:40

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14.40

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