American Conference Institute's 10th National Forum on

Energy Trading Compliance & Regulatory Enforcement

Lessons Learned from Recent Enforcement Actions & Agency Priorities and the Practical Effects of Global Regulation on Market Participants

Thursday, November 20 to Friday, November 21, 2014
Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, DC

Building on lessons learned from recent enforcement actions and FERC and CFTC priorities, attend the 10th installment of ACI’s Energy Trading Compliance & Regulatory Enforcement Summit to benchmark with industry leaders and ensure policies and responses are optimally shaped.

Now in its 10th Installment, ACI’s Energy Trading Compliance & Regulatory Enforcement is the nation’s premier, must-attend event that directly addresses the most pressing compliance issues and regulatory initiatives that companies and their outside counsel need to be aware of. This program is designed to offer insights into pending rules and enforcement programs by the energy regulatory bodies, and explains the impact of increased government scrutiny on the energy trading practice. It features a distinguished faculty of leaders from FERC and CFTC, as well as Hess, BP Energy, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan Chase, Shell Trading Gas and Power Company, Con Edison, CenterPoint Energy, Nodal Exchange, Twin Cities Power Holdings, Powerex, Mercuria Energy Trading, Exelon, NRG Energy, Irving Oil, The Energy Authority, Intercontinental Exchange, CME Group, Futures Industry Association, E.ON Global Commodities, TMX Group, CCRO, Barclays Capital, Goldman Sachs and others.

Attend this conference to hear the leaders in the industry share their insights into the current state of the energy trading space, as well as proven strategies for preparing a compliance program that will be responsive to all of the newly enacted, and often difficult to grasp, regulatory changes. As the industry continues to be faced with drastic changes, you cannot afford to miss this important event to ensure your compliance program is ready.

Plus be sure to also register for one of the pre-conference sessions:

A: Master Class: Drafting, Documenting and Auditing a Risk Policy for Sufficiency and Compliance; Establishing, Fine-Tuning, and Auditing Your Compliance Functions Including Best Practices for Compliance Manuals and Antitrust Policies; and Responding to Calls or Letters from FERC Enforcement or a Market Monitor

B: Primer: Fundamentals of Energy Trading Compliance