Despite the fact that energy markets have experienced a boom in recent years, many energy platforms still offer relatively basic capabilities compared to that of modern platforms in other asset classes, such as FX and rates. Additionally, European and EU regulations aimed at increasing transparency and stability in the OTC derivatives markets will require more energy transactions to be executed electronically.
The conditions are ripe to take electronic trading to a new level. Lab49 and Commodities Now seeks to uncover whihc features and functionalities of online energy trading platforms are important to the users which remain unmet by the current indutry offerings. The Energy e-Trading Survey will examine the capabilities gaps in the areas of pre-trade and analytics, execution and post-trade, and will also provide key insights into how the users’ needs and expectations vary based on the characteristics of the users’ profiles. Take the survey.