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  • An interpretation of the “hedge or mitigate risk” criteria and the impact to compliance with the Dodd-Frank Act
    This paper provides a framework for implementing the hedging-related rules by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and discusses potential implications and applications of specific rules approved or proposed by the CFTC addressing hedging.
  • Energy regulatory compliance: Moving forward strategically and effectively
    This reports summarizes selected insights about how companies are dealing with their regulatory challenges, featuring information gathered in three annual surveys of energy compliance practices.
  • Dodd-Frank compliance forces changes in CTRM vendor –provided capabilities
    Energy companies should not expect to rely on their commodity transacting and risk management (CTRM) vendors to provide Dodd-Frank compliance capabilities in the short to medium term, nor should they wait for niche vendors to emerge in this timeframe. Read the Deloitte article recently published in Oil & Gas Financial Journal.
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