Energy Risk Asia

Growing geopolitical uncertainty, regulatory changes in the swaps and OTC markets, the growing trend of new energies and the constant speculation on the direction of the oil price are some of the main challenges that will be discussed at the Energy Risk Asia conference.



Energy Risk Asia

November 21, 2019

The Westin Singapore



Asian energy traders and risk managers face uncertain times. Growing geopolitical uncertainty, regulatory changes in the swaps and OTC markets, the growing trend of new energies and the constant speculation on the direction of the oil price are some of the main challenges that are shaping Asian energy markets.

Against this backdrop and in its 12th year, Energy Risk Asia continues to be the pre-eminent event for risk managers to discuss these and other burning issues of the day. The conference features a number of industry leaders - from market participants, regulators, analysts and commentators.

Keep pace with the digitalisation of energy markets

in order to stay ahead of the curve

Build a decision making processes for investing in new technologies

including: AI, ML, blockchain and RPA

Bridging investment and renewable projects

And understanding how green investing is impacting energy firms

Key themes for 2019

  • China-US trade war and the impact on the global LNG market

  • IMO 2020 – A microcosm of the energy sector?

  • Volatility and hedging strategies in commodities and energy

  • LNG in Asia market drivers

  • Discussion on climate risk disclosure

  • Digitalisation of energy markets: Harnessing new technologies to build the risk function of the future

  • Asian Exchanges in the coming years

  • 2020 Outlook: Deal-making, business models, growth and investment


Company profile

Formed in 1973, we are the standard bearer for financial markets' professionals in Singapore. Our history has been inextricably linked to Singapore’s emergence as a leading financial centre in the world. ACI Singapore is affiliated to ACI - The Financial Markets Association, the global umbrella body of financial markets associations, based in Paris.
ACI Singapore conducts an array of activities that are committed to the professional development of market practitioners, as well as providing a platform for networking and the building of professional relationships between practitioners in the financial markets industry. Recognizing the need for professionalism in the entire transaction chain, regular courses are conducted not only for the front office dealers and traders, but also for the professionals in the Middle Office and Support functions.  As for social networking events,  there are bi-monthly forums, including wine appreciation nights & also the annual ACI Singapore Charity Golf & Gala dinner which our members can look forward to.
Our mission is to be the leading association of wholesale financial market professionals, contributing to professional and market development through education, promotion of market best practices & adherence to professional codes of conduct, technical advice and networking events.

Company profile

International Enterprise Singapore and SPRING came together on 1 April 2018 as a single agency to form Enterprise Singapore.

Enterprise Singapore is the government agency championing enterprise development. We work with committed companies to build capabilities, innovate and internationalise. We also support the growth of Singapore as a hub for global trading and startups. As the national standards and accreditation body, we continue to build trust in Singapore’s products and services through quality and standards.

Company profile

The Global Association of Risk Professionals is a non-partisan, not-for-profit membership organization. GARP offers risk certification — the Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) and Energy Risk Professional (ERP®) — and educational programs for professionals at financial institutions, government agencies, central banks, academia and corporations. Through the GARP Benchmarking Initiative and GARP Risk Institute, GARP sponsors research in risk management and promotes collaboration among practitioners, academics and regulators to promote a culture of risk awareness. Founded in 1996, governed by a Board of Trustees, GARP is headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, with offices in London, Washington, D.C. and Beijing. GARP sets the global standard in professional certification with the Financial Risk Manager (FRM®) and Energy Risk Professional (ERP®) certifications. These programs are rigorous and very well respected across the globe. By demonstrating expertise and commitment to better risk management practices, Certified FRMs and ERPs stand apart in their respective organizations. For additional information, visit