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Expo 2017 Program

October 17-19, 2017 // Hilton Chicago // Chicago, Illinois

Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 1:00 PM

MiFID II and The Impact on U.S. Trading Firms

Continental C

While drafted to regulate financial markets in Europe, MiFID II’s impact is far reaching. This panel will focus on how MiFID II, and its transposition into individual countries’ law, affects U.S. firms accessing European trading venues. What will MiFID II requirements around direct electronic access and algorithmic trading mean for U.S. firms which provide access to those markets, or actively trade derivatives instruments listed on those venues? Who has the responsibility to report a transaction and what information needs to be sent to a venue for reporting purposes? With less than three months until go-live on January 3rd, what still needs to be done, and what lessons will global regulators takeaway from MiFID II?


Greg Wood, Senior Vice President, Global Industry Operations & Technology, FIA


Andrew Gibbins, Director, Product & Marketing Strategy EU, Asia-Pac, Trading Technologies
Jennifer Han, Associate General Counsel, Managed Funds Association
Jasper Jorritsma. Senior Policy Advisor, Capital Markets, Strategy, Policy & International Affairs, Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets
Jeffrey Ramsey, Managing Director & General Counsel, Geneva Trading
Vassiliki Veliou, Head of Market Structure and Regulation, Eurex
Matthew VosBurgh, Vice President, Regulatory Execution Compliance, Barclays