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March 15-18, 2016 // Boca Raton Resort & Club // Boca Raton, FL

Thursday, March 17, 2016 at 11:15 AM

CFTC Reg AT: Will it Improve the Status Quo?

Addison Ballroom
The industry has been working feverishly since early December to respond to the CFTC’s 500-page proposed rulemaking on automated trading. This ambitious document covers a broad range of topics including risk controls for exchanges, traders and intermediaries; self-match prevention; access to source code; registration of Floor Traders; and other topics. This panel will explore the objectives of the rule, and consider the CFTC’s proposals against existing industry-practices and possible alternative approaches.


Gary DeWaal, Special Counsel, Katten Muchin Rosenman


Jim Moran, Executive Director, Global Markets Regulation, CME Group
Sebastian Pujol-Schott, Associate Director, Division of Market Oversight, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Willem Sprenkeler, Manager, Corporate Affairs, Optiver
Kurt Windeler, Senior Director, Market Regulation, Intercontinental Exchange
Greg Wood, Director, Algorithmic Execution Listed Derivatives & Foreign Exchange, Deutsche Bank Securities
Chris Zuehlke, Director of Front Office Technology, DRW Trading