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NextGen Program

October 18-20, 2016 // Hilton Chicago // Chicago, Illinois

NextGen Hall will feature a series of sessions led by industry experts for professionals new to the industry, students and industry veterans interested in the selected topics. Access to the NextGen Program is open to anyone with an Expo badge - including tradeshow passes.

Special thanks to our Steering Committee: Katy Burns, Wells Fargo; Patrick Carey, Rosenthal Collins Group; Brian Gaffud, Rosenthal Collins Group; Tracy McHugh, Citigroup; John McKinlay, CME Group; Brad Napiorkowski, J.P. Morgan; Alison Schaffer, Jump Trading; Ben Smylie, R.J. O'Brien; Shannon Weber, Marquette Partners

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Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 11:00 AM

Spoofing, Banging the Close & Other Trading Practices to Avoid

NextGen Classroom, Salon A/ NextGen Hall
Our expert speakers will describe trading practices associated with automated trading that attract scrutiny from regulators. They will also discuss the difficulty in defining these terms and why formerly acceptable practices are no longer acceptable.

Speakers:

Stacie Hartman, Partner, Schiff Hardin
Ken Raisler, Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell