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Markets in Financial Instruments II (MiFID II) makes sweeping changes to pre- and post-trade transparency, extending MiFID requirements limited to equities trades on regulated platforms to cover equity-like and non-equity instruments traded on any trading venue. It also requires trade data to be published through approved arrangements and made available on a consolidated tape. Achieving this level of transparency will be a significant challenge for financial institutions that must source and manage large volumes of data to ensure compliance.
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Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor, A-Team Group
Beate Born, Global MifID II Trading Project Lead, UBS
Irina Sonich-Bright, Director, Global Markets Electronic Product, Head of Business Development AES Europe, Credit Suisse
John Mason, Global Head, Regulatory & Market Structure Propositions, Financial & Risk Division, Thomson Reuters
Global MifID II Trading Project Lead
Beate Born, leads the global MiFID II Trading project across UBS Wealth Management. She has 12 years’ experience in the financial services industry in Switzerland, Europe and Asia with a focus on regulatory implementation. Amongst others, Beate worked as a consultant for Malik Management Zentrum St. Gallen, had her own regulatory implementation practice and is now deputy team head in Business Risk & Regulatory Management at UBS. Degrees include an MBA from Clark University, a DESS from the Sorbonne and an executive diploma from the Swiss Finance Institute.
Director, Global Markets Electronic Product,
Head of Business Development AES Europe
Irina Sonich-Bright looks after AES product and market structure driven changes in Electronic Product area of the Credit Suisse’s Global Markets division. Irina has been with Credit Suisse since 1999, working in a various electronic trading technology roles before joining AES 8 years ago. Irina is an active member of industry groups and forums that discuss changes and initiatives affecting the electronic trading community. She also co-chairs the FIX Protocol Business Practices and MiFID2 Transparency working groups in Europe.
Global Head, Regulatory & Market Structure Propositions,
Financial & Risk Division
John Mason is the Global Head of Regulatory and Market Structure Propositions at Thomson Reuters.
In this role, John and his team are responsible for ensuring that Thomson Reuters is effectively addressing the industry’s regulatory challenges – of which MiFID is a particular focus area – and developing solutions across the entire product range to meet the evolving requirements of the financial market participants.
Prior to joining Thomson Reuters, Mason ran the European Enterprise Solutions for Bloomberg and was also their Global Head of Regulatory Reporting. Before joining Bloomberg Mason was the Chief Operating Officer for Core One Technologies prior to its sale to Markit.
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.