Regulatory reportingmore than reporting
In a nutshell, what is regulatory reporting?
In order to make energy markets transparent, the EU has imposed reporting obligations on the industry. Regulations on when and how market participants are required to inform which body about their activities have been issued. This is necessary to prevent market manipulation and insider trading. However, it is also a complex matter, because the regulations are quite detailed and require quite a bit of time and effort to comply with them. In addition, there are several different regulations, including REMIT and EMIR. There are also reporting obligations imposed by Germany’s Federal Network Agency, such as Redispatch 2.0. So it’s not just complicated, it’s extremely complicated. If you nevertheless want to understand how it all works, then simply read on from here. […read more]
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