Event: Intelligent Trading Summit (ITS) - New York City
Don’t miss the chance to hear the latest on trading technology, trading regulations and trading infrastructure, with insight from: CITI, RBC Capital Markets, Fidelity, JPMorgan Chase, Jefferies, Barclays, AllianceBernstein and many more!
You’ll also get the opportunity to hear from our keynote speaker Robert Shapiro, Former Global Head of Trading, Bloomberg Tradebook / COO Global Trading, Morgan Stanley Investment Management who will be talking about his vision for electronic trading in 2017 and beyond.
Take a look at the detailed agenda and stellar line up of guest speakers from financial institutions who will be there to share their knowledge and experiences.
It's free to attend for financial institutions!
Webinar: High Performance Technologies for Electronic Execution
When firms pursue higher performance in the electronic trading execution technology they use, they must consider the exchange and trading venue landscape as the context for their approach. Their approach can be accomplished in-house or with support from providers, which can be a challenging choice. This webinar will explore the factors firms consider, and also how data and real-time updates figure into the landscape for trade execution.
Webinar: MiFID II – Research Unbundling, Permissioning and Commission Sharing Arrangements *NEW*
MiFID II makes sweeping changes to the investment market’s research regime, requiring unbundling and implementing new requirements around permissioning and commission sharing arrangements. This webinar will discuss data, solutions and services needed to segregate research consumption in accordance with MiFID II. It will also consider how practitioners are powering research related workflows, applications and business processes, and how both sell-side and buy-side firms can show transparency and demonstrate compliance.
Webinar: Data as a Service: Realizing its Value for Data Management *NEW*
Faced with substantial and rapidly changing regulatory demands, trading firms are realizing the need for agility in the way they handle data. With global regulations like MiFID II and FRTB reshaping data requirements – and the prospect of future measures introducing yet more reporting obligations – firms need to put in place data management platforms that both facilitate their current obligations and future-proof their data operations.
Webinar: Going with the flow: The role of network packet capture in sequential reconstruction of message flow *NEW*
Under MiFID II and MiFIR, any firm participating in electronic trading of financial instruments will need to conduct real time monitoring of current trading activity and be able to sequentially reconstruct past trading events.
No longer will capture and reporting of transaction data be enough. Regulators will need to see granular data on quotes and timestamps, presenting substantial challenges in terms of trading infrastructure. This will require capturing and storing detailed data on every transaction on a scale not previously seen.
However, beyond regulatory reporting, there are many benefits to be had from structuring data capture systems in the right way.
Webinar: MiFID II and FRTB Data Analytics, Benchmarks and Risk Modelling *NEW*
Markets in Financial Instruments Directive II (MiFID II) and the Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) require huge volumes of data to be sourced and managed. This webinar will discuss what sort of data analytics you need to implement to be able to process and analyse MiFID II data, and what risk model data, solutions and services you need to comply with both MiFID II and FRTB risk requirements. It will also consider best practice around these issues in the market and provide expert guidance.
Event: RegTech Summit for Capital Markets - London
The RegTech Summit for Capital Markets, organised by A-Team Group, brings together the community of practitioners managing regulatory change and implementing RegTech solutions.
Event: RegTech Summit for Capital Markets - New York City
Join us to connect with like-minded practitioners, learn about innovative approaches to regulatory change, and discover technologies that can help you manage your regulatory challenges.