Let's talk about the weather
As energy depends more on weather-dependent renewables, this is the time to innovate. Windows to the future are opening now and showing a future of complex interactions with multiple players who can all affect your outcomes. It is one where the technology will support innovation for traders and open up new opportunities.
Commodity traders need a cross-asset view of risk
When companies looking to enter energy trading they need to have an accurate view of risk in their portfolio, across all markets, instruments, and hedges. Risk teams need to see everything in one place, with all correlations accounted for.
The critical role of technology in a crisis
How can the use of technology that provides transparency, enhances risk management and hedging capabilities, potentially reduce the likelihood of future collapses.
Fast-moving structural changes, ballooning markets and a shift to renewables
Traders have to be on top of both intermittent assets and changing demand patterns. They need to tie all these issues into better risk management and real-time position and P&L understanding.
Managing a tsunami of data is key to the transformed energy industry that will deliver Net Zero
Energy markets have always exhibited high price volatility requiring strong risk management, but now you have the added complexity of weather driven volume intermittency with renewables.
The last mile to TCO?
IBOR changed the way businesses look at P&L and Positions in the front office. Why stop there?
The need to improve process efficiencies within financial firms has never been greater. Shrinking margins due to increased competition from low-fee passive products, the burden of regulatory reporting and the threat from new market entrants have forced financial institutions to look for even greater operational savings. Today’s banks, treasury departments and asset managers must look at all areas of the equation, analyzing all bottlenecks and duplication across all asset classes in order to improve its Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).