The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association is bringing together leading industry professionals and regulators to address the many regulatory proposals issued in the past year by the SEC and exchanges. The proposals address all aspects of our market structure – access to the markets, hidden liquidity/dark pools, high frequency trading, flash quotes, circuit breakers, clearly erroneous trades, various trading strategies, large trader reporting and a consolidated audit trail. Panelists will offer regulatory and business views on these proposals, and their insights into the proposals’ impact for years to come. Discussions also will focus on how firms are handling the fierce competition, the large variety of trading platforms, and increasingly innovative business strategies (both buy-side and sell-side) in the face of the changing regulatory landscape.
This will be an exceptional strategic and informative symposium designed for representatives from the Broker/Dealer, Institutional Sales and Trading, Buy-Side, Technology, ECN, ATS, Crossing Networks, Exchange, Order Management and Execution, and the Legal and Regulatory communities. Our executive level attendees represent many of the most influential financial institutions in the world.
SIFMA has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education. This program qualifies for 2.5 “Non-Transitional” Professional New York State Continuing Legal Education Credits. This session is not eligible for newly admitted attorneys. Fee reduction may be available for qualified registrants.
For information on how you can register, please contact Lisette Rios at 212.313.1210 or email@example.com.
For information regarding program content, please contact Ann Vlcek at 202.962.7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on how you can be a part of this event, please contact Diana Serri at 212-313-1258, email@example.com
- May 6th flash crash
- High frequency trading and high speed trading
- Fair access
- Market liquidity
- Flash quotes
- Short sale price test implementation
- Market maker obligations
- Single stock circuit breakers
- Market-wide circuit breakers
- Clearly erroneous trades
- Large trader reporting
- Consolidated audit trail
- Dark pools
- FINRA Manning, best execution and front running proposals
- Dodd-Frank Financial Regulatory Reform – impact on market structure/trading
ADVANCE REGISTRATION FEE:
$395 per registrant for SIFMA member firms
$595 per registrant for non-member firms
$195 for regulators
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