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2016 Program

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 3:45 PM

W3:45B L&C: The Uneasy Relationship Between Legal & Technology

Continental B

1.5 CLE Credits
As the markets evolved from paper-based to electronic trading, the CFTC’s rules increasingly address the use of technology to ensure compliance with its rules. This has been no easy task highlighted with disconnects between the rules, lawyers, compliance personnel, and technologists. Is there a way forward? A panel of industry experts discusses the challenges in using technology as part of a compliance regime and how best to bridge the divide between the various stakeholders. 


Neal Kumar, Associate, Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft


Brian Adams, Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer, Rosenthal Collins Group
Matthew Hunter, Deputy Director, Surveillance Branch, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Matthew Lisle, Vice President, Futures Chief Compliance Officer, ABN AMRO Clearing
Ryan Olszewski, Compliance Officer, Regulatory Reporting, Societe Generale
Scott Taylor, Managing Director, Compliance, Wells Fargo
Kathryn Trkla, Partner, Foley & Lardner