New regulatory changes have impacted the price of hedging and the behaviour of risk management. While the conference looks at global regulations, including MiFID and Dodd-Frank, the key one covered is EMIR. This financial regulation introduces new requirements to improve transparency and reduce the risks associated with the derivatives market.
This conference looks at the price performance of all metals and how aligning strategies can be managed. There is increased volatility and a lack of liquidity in the market. Globally the metals industry has shifted away from Australia and Brazil and towards China and APAC, due to high levels of consumption. This shift has meant a change in contracts and pricing, which has increased the focus of the on the spot and derivative market.
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