Welcome to the London Regulation Roadshow 2016

We are delighted to announce that the London Regulation Roadshow will be taking place on the 10th May 2016. The event will be hosted by Chris Johnson, Head of Product Management, Market Data Services, HSBC Securities Services and WatersTechnology, Inside Market Data and Inside Reference Data.

The London Regulation Roadshow brings together business, data and compliance executives across UK and Europe to discuss the latest developments in the European regulatory landscape. Last year saw representatives from firms such as Societe Generale, HSBC, Bloomberg and ESMA discuss their concerns, explain how they are combating risks, and demonstrate how they were taking a proactive approach to managing regulatory demands.

Through a combination of panel discussions and industry presentations, senior representatives from some of the UK's largest financial institutions will shed light on urgent challenges and new opportunities affecting the UK financial industry whilst sharing thought industry experiences.

Keynote Speaker

Tom Springbett

Tom Springbett

Manager (Trading and Post Trade Policy), FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY (FCA)

Tom is responsible for FCA policy on trading venues, transparency, and post trade, including EMIR. He joined the FSA, as it was then, in 2012 as manager of the team responsible for implementing EMIR in the UK and moved to his current role in January 2016. Tom has previously worked at HM Treasury on various European and financial services policy issues and at the European Commission as an economist, focusing on UK growth and fiscal issues. While at the Commission, Tom co-edited a book on the causes and consequences of the financial crisis in the UK.

To find out more about Tom Springbett click here

For a chance to hear from Mr Springbett, please register here

 

 

Our expert speakers will cover topics including:

  • MiFID II- how has it affected your regulatory strategy over the past year?
  • Do you see MiFID II as an opportunity to improve your trading infrastructure?
  • Examining the regulatory drivers for enterprise wide aggregation initiatives such as BCBS239 for banks and Solvency II for insurers - how can you use regulation as an opportunity to improve data quality across the enterprise?
  • How to remain compliant with data licenses - efficiently monitoring your existing contracts and vendor relationships while assessing new offerings
  • How well equipped is your firm to tackle ad hoc regulatory requests?
  • How will we know what success looks like in terms of compliance?

 

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