Energy Price Reporting Organisations Unveil Draft Self-Regulatory Code
LONDON and NEW YORK, April 30, 2012 -- Three independent publishers of information for the physical commodity markets — Argus Media (Argus), ICIS and Platts — today announced the launch of a draft Price Reporting Code for Independent Price Reporting Organisations (the IPRO Code) and their interest in obtaining feedback on the Code from energy market participants, other commodities information publishers and stakeholders.
ICIS reiterates its commitment to a Price Reporting Code
Read the full announcement here
Read the draft price reporting code here
Read ICIS’ response to IOSCO’s consultation document on the functioning and oversight of crude oil price-reporting services
Send your comments about the proposed code to:firstname.lastname@example.org
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