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Meet us at FIA Forum: Frankfurt 2019

Eurex Exchange, Eurex Clearing

Meet us at FIA Forum: Frankfurt 2019

  • Start:24 Sep 2019 08:30 AM
  • End:24 Sep 2019 05:00 PM
  • Location:Frankfurt

Regulatory reform has been a key focus of Europe’s derivatives industry for the past decade resulting in a range of requirements put in place to ensure robust markets with strong oversight. The industry now finds itself at something of a crossroads with a number of issues impacting how it moves forward from here, including assessing the impact of Brexit; a review of the effectiveness of regulations such as MiFID II/MiFIR and EMIR; and steps to address new challenges such as the demand for sustainable finance, regulation of fintech, crypto assets and benchmarks, as well as an ambition to enhance the euro as an international currency. 

This one-day symposium will provide a review of existing regulations, as well as an opportunity to assess the impact of new rules on the listed and cleared derivatives business in Europe, how debates on international oversight could impact cross-border trading and clearing of these products. Speakers will include regulators, lawyers and industry specialists. 

We are looking forward to meeting you there.


Date: 24 Sept 2019 (Tuesday)

Time: 8:30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. (CEST)

Venue:
Hilton, Frankfurt City Centre // Hochstraße 4 // 60313 Frankfurt am Main // Germany


Event Highlights:

Matthias Graulich, Chief Strategy Officer, Member of the Executive Board, Eurex Clearing AG, will participate in the following panel discussion:

11.00 – 12.15 Cross-Border Issues 

The UK’s departure from Europe is changing the nature of cross-border market supervision with strains developing between the EU and third countries. What is the future of the equivalence approach and what is the potential impact of market fragmentation on global markets? 

Vassiliki Veliou, Head of Market Structure & Regulation, Eurex Derivatives Markets Trading, will participate in the following panel discussion:

16.00 – 17.00 The Future  

This panel will look at new regulations emerging from Brussels and national competent authorities in Europe in emerging areas such as sustainable finance, fintech, crypto assets, benchmarks and the drive to strengthen the euro’s position as a global currency.       


Kindly register for this event via the registration link below.