When you’re managing myriad environmental-market requirements, you need a single source for clarity and execution.
The Environmental Management Account (EMA) is a powerful tool that provides participants with a single account to view your entire environmental asset portfolio–in one place. EMA also enables real-time transfer initiation and settlement, including retirement within originating registries. From scheduling, portfolio management, trading, execution, and settlement to comprehensive trade capture, EMA is the resource for all of your environmental-market needs.
Scheduling and Portfolio Management
Comprehensive management of your full portfolio
- Scheduling with intelligent linking allows for single point of entry for counter-party transfer and retirement obligations
- Portfolio tracking and valuation includes unrealized/realized profit/loss for all positions across multiple registries, allowing for best-in-class scheduling
- Advanced asset/liability management brings together spot, forward, and futures owned or contracted against compliance obligations
- Tracks generation and issuance forecasts and matches current/future assets against liabilities
- Track, schedule, and manage asset and liability positions across a full range of environmental commodities and associated obligations
- Simplified, streamlined process makes managing your environmental portfolios easy
Trading, Execution, and Settlement
Intuitive suite of tools
- Integrated counter-party settlement, delivery, and invoicing
- Spot and forward deal capture and trade entry
- Create and manage forward sales and purchases, link delivery with each counter-party
- Pre- and post-trade analytics
- Trade date view of portfolio for traders
- Seamless execution and settlement
- Pending and completed trade analysis
- Trading via CBL
Comprehensive Trade Capture
This diagram reveals how EMA captures multiple legs of a forward strip on the deal execution date. Alerts are sent to a custom list, related registry transfers are linked to the original trade, and all events affecting the trade are captured for easy retrieval and audit purposes.