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31 May 2013
Editorial

The RCEM is delighted to inform  the great success of the 51st Meeting of the EWGFM. The event was held at the ESCP Europe London Campus on the 16th - 18th May, 2013.

The meeting brought together more than 190 delegates representing more than 20 nationalities coming from 32 countries around the globe. The meeting provided a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas and to present the latest research results on the theory and modern practice of modelling, risk management and asset pricing.

 A special focus was given on commodities modelling and regulation within the framework of the workshop "Recent Developments on Energy Modelling and Regulation" for which a special issue will be published in the Energy Economics Journal.

 We invite you to join our online community. Do you have a twitter account? Follow us on Twitter @EnergyRCEM and keep abreast of the latest energy updates.

FEBS/ LabEx-ReFi 2013: Financial Regulation and Systemic Risk
RCEM/ESCP Europe Events
6th - 7th - 8th June, 2013; ESCP Europe's Paris Campus

The 2013 Conference was organised by the Laboratory of Excellence for Financial Regulation (LabEx-ReFi), under the auspices of the FEBS, putting a special emphasis on the developments of new financial regulations and the aversion of systemic risk in a post-financial crisis era.

Affiliates' Events
27th June, 2013 ; Marriott Grosvenor Square, London

Top policy makers, industry executives and influential thinkers met for a thought provoking, solutions focused debate on the future of UK Energy policy. Attendees gained insight into how the UK will balance securing a long term energy supply with affordability and the impact of global trends.

Speakers included:

  • Rt Hon Edward Davey MP, Secretary of State, Department of Energy & Climate Change
  • Nick Molho, Head of Energy Policy, WWF-UK
  • Angela Knight CBE, Chief Executive Officer, Energy UK
  • Dr Douglas Parr, Chief Scientist and Policy Director, Greenpeace UK
  • Tim Yeo MP, Chair, Energy and Climate Change Select Committee
  • Derek Lickorish, Chairman, Fuel Poverty Advisory Group
Past events
16th - 17th - 18th May, 2013; ESCP Europe's London Campus

The 2013 Conference was organised by the Research Centre for Energy Management at ESCP Europe Business School in collaboration with the International Centre for Shipping, Trade and Finance at Cass Business School, under the auspices of the Euro Working Group on Financial Modelling.

12th March, 2013; 19:00 – 21:00; ESCP Europe London campus

ESCP Europe's Economy 21st is a series of lectures providing a high-profile platform for industry leaders and influential thinkers in the world of business. As diverse as our School, Economy 21st covers topics from the fields of Marketing, HR, Finance, Energy and Sustainability.

On Tuesday, 12th March the Economy 21st lecture featured Richard Sadler, CEO and Executive Director of Lloyd's Register Group Limited.

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