ACI’s 9th National Forum on Energy Trading Compliance & Regulatory Enforcement

06/05/2014 - 06/06/2014

Omni Houston Hotel
4 Riverway
Houston, TX 77056

Sponsorship

With FERC’s pursuit of market manipulation and Dodd-Frank’s reporting rules, there has never been a more critical time for energy market participants to benchmark with industry leaders and ensure compliance policies and responses are optimally shaped.

Now in its 9th Installment, ACI’s Energy Trading Compliance & Regulatory Enforcement is the nation’s premier event that directly addresses the most pressing compliance issues and regulatory and enforcement 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 federal scrutiny on the energy trading practice.

Leaders in the industry share their insights into the current state of the energy trading space, as well as ensuring your compliance policies and responses are optimally shaped in today’s environment.

Pre-Conference Primer
Senior Of Counsel Robert Fleishman will speak at the Pre-Conference Primer on, “Fundamentals of Energy Trading Compliance.”

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

Charles Cerria
Associate General Counsel – Trading, Hess Corporation

Panel:
Senior Of Counsel Robert Fleishman will moderate the panel, “Market Manipulation: What CFTC and FERC Are Now Pursuing and Best Practices to Avoid Penalties and Enhance Your Compliance Program.”

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