Sungard's Claudio Capozzi on how new regulations will increase costs for firms in the energy sector.
The global energy and
commodity markets saw unprecedented price increases and
volatility in the period starting early 2007 and increasing
unabated until the third week of July 2008, at which time a
financial crisis spawned by the collapse of key financial
institutions initiated a free fall in that spread from the US
The impacts of these
events have been far reaching and significant, bringing about
increased public and regulatory scrutiny into markets and
market participants around the globe, including new political
pressures on governments to rein-in the actions of traders that
were perceived to be taking unfair advantage of, and
potentially manipulating, the financial and commodities
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