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2014 Program

Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Cross-Border Trading Challenges

John Jacob Ballroom I

Whether it is the HK-Shanghai Stock Connect or the globalization of exchanges, trading has become increasingly multijurisdictional, but regulatory reforms and implementation of G20 commitments are making cross-border trading more complex. Our panel of experts from across the industry will be discussing why multijurisdictional trading and cross-border challenges are such important factors to consider for markets in our region.


Conor Cunningham, Managing Director & Asia-Pacific Head of Futures, Clearing & Collateral, Citi


Robert Cox, Senior Policy Advisor, Financial Markets, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Peter Lewis, Founder & Director, Peter Lewis Consulting
Simon Puleston Jones, Chief Executive Officer, FIA Europe
Muthukrishnan Ramaswami, President, Singapore Exchange
James Sha, Senior Advisor, China Financial Futures Exchange