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24. November 2017

Price Zone Split and MiFID II - what happens now?

Electricity trading in Europe, and in particular in Germany, is facing major challenges today. The split in the German-Austrian price zone probably scheduled for 2018 will affect the European electricity market, which has been the most liquid to date, over the long term. Against this background, EEX introduced the Phelix-DE and Phelix-AT Futures for the divided price zones in the first half-year of 2017, and gradually extended tradable contracts in these products. Since then, cash has shifted rapidly towards the Phelix-De Future, which has therefore already established itself today as a new benchmark contract for European power.

And with the introduction of MiFID II on 3rd January 2018, the reporting obligations and therefore cost of trading will rise significantly for participants in the market. In this case also EEX will actively support your trading participants with integrated reporting services to meet the new requirements correctly.

Steffen Riediger, Head of European Power Derivatives at EEX, and Norbert Anhalt, Key Account Manager Power and Environmental Markets, will explain in detail at the Trading & Finance Forum on the second day of E-world energy & water 2018 how EEX will further develop your product offer in cooperation with market participants, and therefore decisively shape the power market of the future.

“Price Zone Split and MiFID II – what happens now?” EEX solutions for the current challenges in the power market

Wednesday 7th February 2018, 13:00 - 14:00

Messe Essen, Hall 1

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