Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd
Chandra Dev Singh
Head of Derivatives- Risk Management
Chandra Dev Singh has over twenty years of professional experience in Oil & Gas Sector, predominantly in Energy Risk Management. He leads a team which is responsible of hedging of refinery margins (GRM), freight, bunkers and outright petroleum products like Naphtha, Fuel Oil, precious metal and structured product solutions to industrial and commercial sectors. He is having exhaustive knowledge of financial risks, hedge accounting standards, OTC energy market compliance and regulations as well as hands-on experience in the field of Market and Credit Risk Management, “Energy Trading and Risk Management, (ETRM)” application, precious metal and also providing structured product solutions to industrial and commercial sectors. In order to hedge intelligently and effectively, He constantly keeps informed on global oil fundamentals, technical and short and long term refinery outlook. He interacts a lot with technical experts, oil trade analysts and heads of market research all over the World.
Mr. Singh holds a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Bhopal, India and a Master’s degree in Financial Management from Jamanalal Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai, India. He is also a certified “Energy Risk Professional (ERP)” and FRM from Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) Inc., New Jersey, USA.
He has been invited as a speaker on the subjects of Oil, Petroleum Products, Downstream, LNG, “Energy Trading and Risk Management” applications and Risk Management in many international conferences in Hong Kong, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Brisbane, Geneva, Rio de Janeiro and London.
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Session(s): Day 1, Tuesday 16 May 2017
17.25 Panel Discussion: Market risk technology implementation – Towards integrated solutions?
System implementation project management: Who is involved
Establishing clear objectives: What do you expect from the system? What sort of timelines you are looking at?
Critical steps of development, whether in-house or off-shelf products
Integration with the existing systems: Challenges
Examples of successful implementations: What were the key success factors?