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Data-Driven Decision-Making: Minimizing Risk through Automation

The Information Technology landscape has been transformative for many industries for the past five years, especially for the finance and commodity markets. For the Insurance and Reinsurance industry, IT infrastructure and data-driven decision-making tools need to catch up. Multiple factors, such as a rapidly expanding data universe, cloud, and distributed technologies, and highly granular and ...
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Are you Ready to Speculate on Data Reporting Obligations?

Historic debacles and indistinct nature of OTC market functioning have been the driving force behind enactments such as Dodd-Frank Act. Therefore, compliance and regulations have become an inseparable part of the commodity and energy markets. The aforesaid legislation imparted the most needed transparency in the financial trading spectrum and has now become an intrinsic element ...
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CAISO – Control your Data, Control your Business with ZEMA

ZEMA, enterprise data management solution for commodities and energy markets, can help control your data from collection to validation to integration and create a seamless environment throughout your organization. As the only independent grid operator in the western United States, the Californian ISO grants equal access to 26,000 circuit miles of transmission lines and coordinates competing ...
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The Time Is Now

Clients, Partners and friends...hope everyone reading this has recovered or is recovering from the recent one in two hundred year flooding event in Houston. As everyone knows, our industry has seen the worst drilling downturn since the 1980’s; by some measures it is also considered the worst oil bust ever.  Enterprises are cutting back and layoffs ...
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How Forward Curve Tools Manage Higher Volatility and Illiquid Markets

In many markets, information concerning forward prices is not available, making the direct modeling of forward curves a difficult task. With derivatives usually written on forward contracts and based on average prices of forward contracts, it is difficult to obtain analytical expressions for forward curves. Because of recent price volatility, organizations are increasingly looking to ...
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