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Best execution has long sat at the foundation of trading operations across all market and practitioner types. But the introduction of more onerous best execution requirements under MiFID II has raised the bar, both in terms of dealing with fragmented markets from an operational standpoint and providing evidence of delivery on best execution policies.
The emerging MiFID liquidity landscape is creating new challenges for firms operating in increasingly multi-venue environments. The new best execution rules set out clear performance parameters and require significant evidencing of execution performance.
How are firms responding to both the operational and regulatory reporting aspects of best execution? What are the key challenges, and what happens when things go wrong?
This webinar will answer these questions and explain how to achieve best execution across multiple venues not only to ensure compliance, but also to deliver business benefit.
Join the webinar to find out about:
Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
Matthew Luff, Director, QuA Vodis
Will Winzor-Saile, Execution Analytics & Architecture, Redburn
Dermot Harriss, Senior Vice President - Regulatory Solutions, OneMarketData
Execution Analytics & Architecture
Will joined Redburn Execution in 2015 and is responsible for infrastructure and technology to support the growing execution team. Will also runs Redburn’s Execution Analytics team who provide performance reporting and market structure insight. Prior to joining Redburn, he worked as an Electronic Execution Specialist at Fidessa, developing their low-touch trading tools, and algorithmic products in Europe. Will has ten years’ experience in the industry, specialising in advanced trading tools and liquidity capture.
Senior Vice President - Regulatory Solutions
Dermot Harriss joined OneMarketData in 2015, and is responsible for delivering solutions that help firms meet their regulatory compliance needs. Mr. Harriss brings over twenty years of financial industry experience from roles involving futures trading, quantitative strategy development, derivatives risk management, program trading, execution services, and technology management.