We are pleased to announce that Dr. Simon Tywuschik, Director with Baringa Partners, will present on the topic of Impact of renewable energy on trading technology requirements at the 2017 CTRM Conference. Dr. Simon Tywuschik is a senior commodity & energy expert and business leader with more than 10 years of relevant experience. At Baringa, Simon is a regular adviser to energy and commodity companies on strategic, regulatory and operational challenges. This includes the elaboration of business and market entry strategies (including due diligence), regulatory reviews (e.g. Renewable energy acts, MiFID II/CRD), and execution of complex organizational and technology related transformation projects.
ABOUT CTRM CONFERENCE
The CTRM Conference is a unique 1-day event that is focused on the $1.6billion CTRM software category to be held on the 5th October at the RAI Amtrium, Amsterdam in conjunction with Synergy’s EMART. The conference brings together end user, service practitioners, and vendors to spend a day focused on some of the key issues and trends impacting the software category. Hosted and facilitated by ComTech Advisory, the leading analysts in the CTRM software space, the CTRM Conference brings a compelling agenda of presentations, knowledge sharing and roundtable discussions involving key users of CTRM and associated software and services in the industry all supplemented by excellent networking opportunities.
More details of the event will be developed over the coming weeks and months and will be available on request from ComTech Advisory, Synergy, or the event website – www.CTRMConference.com
A reception will be held on the evening prior to the event on the EMART Exhibition floor to welcome all attendees and sponsors.
The theme of the 2017 CTRM Conference will be “Commodities at a Crossroads”. The event, roundtable discussions, and presentations will focus on the massive changes that are being experienced across the commodities trading business and on how technology with an emphasis on CTRM and CM software, can help with many of these challenges. From blockchain to Artificial Intelligence, from visualization to big data, the changes and challenges experienced by the commodities industry are demanding new approaches and innovation.
As commodity traders grapple with traceability, increased regulatory and stakeholder scrutiny, lower commodity prices, increasing costs and decreasing profits, structural change and so on, CTRM and related technologies must also change and evolve. Topics covered will include:
Is CTRM in the Cloud the future?
What promise does blockchain hold for commodity supply chains?
How can data be visualized faster and more easily to allow decisions?
What role does automation have?
For more details, including sponsorship details – please visit the CTRM Conference website. Register NOW to get a better price and avoid disappointment.