REMIT and its implementation

2 DAY Residential Course

The course jointly organised by FSR and ACER aims at providing participants with a detailed understanding of Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency (REMIT) and the way in which it is implemented.

The training will focus on the basic concepts of REMIT and elements for the understanding of the Regulation.

The training sessions will be complemented by case studies, which will be key in providing course participants with some examples from the world of practice.

 

Course director
Alberto Pototschnig
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  • Dates
    28 Nov 2023 - 29 Nov 2023
  • Level
    Specialised
  • Location
    College of Europe, Bruges
  • Type
    Residential
  • Register by
    08 Oct 2023
BACKGROUND

The course aims at providing participants with a detailed understanding of Regulation (EU) No 1227/2011 on wholesale energy market integrity and transparency (REMIT) and of the way in which it is implemented.

The course is intended for staff of regulatory agencies, professionals responsible for the regulatory affairs in companies and other organisations in the energy sector, and anyone who is interested in knowing more about how integrity and transparency is promoted in the EU energy market.

The course is organised at an intermediate/advanced level and therefore presupposes a knowledge of the operation of electricity and gas markets in the EU.

STRUCTURE

Two-day physical course in Bruges. The FSR will organise a Workshop on compliance with REMIT provisions alongside, but separately from the training course.

 

DAY 1 

Morning

Session 0 – Opening/introduction

Session 1 – Introduction to REMIT’s goals and protagonists

 Session 2 – The scope of REMIT

 

Afternoon

Session 3 – Transparency under REMIT

Case Study A  – The perspective of organized marketplaces

Session 4 – Insider trading

Case study B – Applying the exceptions to the prohibition of insider trading under REMIT

 

DAY 2

Morning

Session 5 – Market manipulation

Dig deeper session – The experience of financial conduct authorities with market manipulation and insider trading

 

Afternoon

Case study C – Mock market abuse case for participants (insider trading and/or market manipulation)

Session 6 – Market surveillance and NRA coordination

Session 7 – Closing

LEARNING OUTCOMES
  • Understand the purpose of REMIT in deterring and detecting market abuses;
  • Achieve familiarity with the main concepts of market abuse, market manipulation and insider trading under REMIT;
  • Understand how these concepts are applied in practice – the main types of market manipulations; and
  • Get an insight into how the different authorities cooperate in market surveillance.
TARGET AUDIENCE

The course is given in English and developed for:

  • Professionals engaged in the regulation of the energy sector
  • Government agencies
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Staff of energy companies (regulated and unregulated) dealing with regulatory affairs and market surveillance
  • European and National Associations, researchers interested in knowing more about how integrity and transparency is promoted in the EU energy market
ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
  • Attendance
  • Active participation in class
  • Group work for the mock market abuse case (live feedback in class from the instructors)
  • Instructors’ evaluation

After the course a certificate of participation will be provided to participants

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The course is organised at an intermediate/advanced level and therefore presupposes a knowledge of the operation of electricity and gas markets in the EU.

The Learning Approach
Real life cases
Three case studies and group work
Live sessions
Participants-led sessions to deep dive in the topic together with your instructors and guest speakers.
Reading material
Every week, Q&A sessions to clarify the week and interact with your instructors. Office hours are always recorded.
Course Faculty

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