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2016 Program

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 2:00 PM

W2:00B L&C: Market Conduct:Trading in the New World

Continental B

1.5 CLE Credits
This interactive panel will address the impact of new trading rules as regulators react to automated trading  and exchanges enhance surveillance and enforcement. Rules on market disruption, spoofing, banging the close, EFRPs, block trading, wash trading, self-matching, and insider trading are driving fundamental changes in how traders approach automated markets. A must panel for those who advise clients on the new boundaries for automated trading.


Ken Raisler, Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell


Rosemary Hollinger, Deputy Director, Division of Enforcement, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Ben Morof, Chief Compliance Officer, Teza Technologies
Vito Naimoli, Manager, Market Regulation, ICE Futures U.S.
Randolf Roth, Head of Market Design & Member of the Executive Board, Eurex
Andrew Vrabel, Executive Director, Global Investigations, CME Group