I’ll be hosting a webinar on the practical application of REMIT next week. I’ll have Aviv Handler of consultancy ETR Advisory and Gordon Downie of law firm Sheppherd and Wedderburn. Follow this link to sign up.
Here is the blurb:
Established energy market intelligence provider, ICIS, has announced a free webinar which will take place on the 11th November 15:00GMT.
Soon energy companies in Europe will have to report all power and gas trades under the regulation on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency, better known as REMIT. The regulation was introduced to tackle insider trading and market abuse in EU energy markets. It defines and prohibits market and obliges firms to report suspicious transaction. Trade reporting will come in nine months after the European Commission publishes its implementing acts. This could be any time between now and December, meaning energy companies will need place how they will report trades by August or September next year.
The ICIS webinar will provide a breakdown of what companies need to know, to make sure they are complaint with REMIT.
– What will need to be reported
– How will firms report trades under REMIT
– Back-loading trades
– Reporting different trade types
– Lessons from reporting under EMIR