8th Annual ACI’s Energy Trading Compliance & Regulatory Enforcement Conference

21 Nov 2013

Washington Plaza Hotel
20 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20005

Led by CFTC and FERC, industry leader companies, and outside attorneys who are tuned into these recent changes, this is the only energy trading compliance conference that looks ahead and offers measurable strategies and tactics to ensure that compliance programs fit seamlessly into the new regulatory landscape.

As the Dodd Frank regulations have materialized, the FERC and the CFTC continue to sort out their jurisdictional reach, and the industry finds itself faced with CFTC’s new rules and final product definitions, companies have been left struggling with questions on how to comply with regulations in a post-Dodd-Frank world. Increased enforcement efforts coupled with congressionally-sanctioned penalties makes regulatory compliance more important than ever.

Now in its 8th 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 it explains the impact of increased federal scrutiny on the energy trading practice.

Co-Chairs’ Welcoming Remarks
Robert S. Fleishman
Senior of Counsel, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Charles Cerria
Associate General Counsel – Trading, Hess Corporation

Senior Of Counsel Robert Fleishman will moderate the panel, “Gaining Clarity as to What’s Considered Market Manipulation by CFTC and FERC and Best Practices to Avoid Penalties and Enhance Your Compliance Program.”




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