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Power Trading Forum

MiFID II Exchange update & Market Surveillance panel
27 April 2017 1:30pm to 4:00pm BST
KPMG // Presentation Suite, 13th Floor // 15 Canada Square // London // E14 5GL

Thursday 27 April, 2017 // KPMG // Presentation Suite, 13th Floor // 15 Canada Square // London // E14 5GL

Registration: 13:30 – 14:00

Programme: 14:00 – 16:00

For the second Power Trading Forum of the year, we will continue on the theme of MiFID II preparation and implementation updates from trading platforms and exchanges. In addition, it will also feature a panel discussion from market surveillance providers as stakeholders prepare to deal with the requirements of MAR and REMIT. 


Programme

  • Remit Carve-out – discussion on OTFs as the Remit carve-out will be of huge importance in the wholesale energy market. Speakers: Alex McDonald, CEO, LEBA; Nick Jackson, Legal Counsel, Griffin Markets; John Hughes, Programme Manager, Marex Spectron.
  • MiFID II Implementation – updates from Richard Everett, Head of Power & Gas, Trayport and Steffen Riediger, Business Development, EEX on the current status of MiFID II implementation.
  • Market Surveillance – panel discussion on the issues around Market Surveillance in the energy market as growing numbers of firms are installing this technology to monitor for market abuse. Panellists:  Oliver Blower, CEO, Voxsmart; Tony Foreman, Commerical Director, Ancoa; Nick Wallis, Director, Risk & Surveillance, NASDAQ and Rob Weston, Managing Director, Trader Surveillance, KPMG. 
  • Volume Reallocation – update on the discussions of the Capacity Auction Working Group to develop guidelines for secondary trading for Volume Reallocation.

Registration

This forum is free for FIA members to attend. Non-members can attend for £60 + VAT. 

Please register using the link below or contact Member Services for further information. 

 

 

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