FIA/FIA EUROPE INTERNATIONAL DERIVATIVES EXPO (IDX)
09 Jun 2015 - 10 Jun 2015
The Brewery, London
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Join us for IDX 2015
The FIA/FIA Europe International Derivatives Expo (IDX) convenes
over 1,500 global thought leaders for a two-day program
showcasing diverse perspectives from exchange leaders,
clearinghouse leaders, regulators, traders and the buy-side on a
range of issues impacting the derivatives industry worldwide.
Alongside the conference, the IDX exhibit hall attracts an
impressive group of solutions and service providers supporting
the listed derivatives and cleared swaps industry .
Reasons to attend:
- Interact with over 1,500 international delegates, representing over 30 countries
- Over 25% of attendees are senior-level executives
(Chairmen, Presidents, Global Heads, CEOs, Partners, EVP/SVP or Managing Directors)
- Visit a robust exhibit hall featuring 46 booths
- One-on-one interviews and expert-led panels provide unique insights
- A variety of break-out sessions allow you to tailor your conference experience
Register for IDX-where where global thought leaders gather!
IDX Programme Highlights
Timothy Massad, Chairman of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, will report progress made toward coordinating cross-border oversight of swap dealers, central clearinghouses and trading platforms.
Verena Ross, Executive Director of the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), will provide insight on the key initiatives in Europe as the final touches are being put in place for MiFID II and MiFIR and the markets prepare for a review of EMIR.
Nigel Foster, former global head of derivatives at BlackRock, will give the buy-side perspective on the changing landscape of the derivatives market.
Exchange chiefs from CME Group, Eurex, Intercontinental Exchange, London Metal Exchange and Singapore Exchange debate the opportunities and issues confronting the derivatives industry.
Regulatory Reform Revisited: Regulators from both sides of the Atlantic will provide an update on regulatory initiatives on their agendas and discuss how the industry can work with regulators to develop and implement effective regulatory change.
Preparing for MiFID II: MiFID II will dramatically reshape EU market structure and the way firms operate in the financial services sector. These new rules will become effective January 2017 and apply across all asset classes with limited exemptions. They will impact both firms operating within the EU and those accessing EU venues. Particular areas of significant impact and change include: Pre and Post Trade Transparency, Direct Electronic Access, High Frequency Trading and Transaction Reporting. This series of panels will cover both the business implications and challenges of complying with the new rules.