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    Mifid II – An update from Brussels 

    How will Mifid II affect research, best execution policy, transaction reporting, market making and trading venues? What do regulators expect in a post-Mifid world? How have member state regulators prepared for the implementation of Mifid II? What are the consequences of the overall tightening of the framework around algos? Which derivatives will be subject to the mandatory trading / clearing obligation?
    Host: Joe McGrath, Managing Editor, The Trade
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    Radical reporting – The consultant’s view 
    Should buy-siders rethink delegating reporting to brokers? When should firms consider outsourcing transaction reporting? How much of a difference will new market entrants in transaction reporting really make?
    Mark Kelly, Director, Abide Financial

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    Sell-side perspectives 
    How can you get the most from your research spend? What impact will unbundling have on broker business models? How should post-Mifid best execution policies be customised? How should execution quality, smart order router metrics and algos be measured?
    HostChrister Wennerberg, Head of Market Structure Strategy, Itiviti (former ORC Group) 

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    FinTech – A helping hand 
    How can disruptive technology assist with best execution? What help is available to firms who are struggling with compliance requirements under Mifid II?
    HostJoe McGrathManaging Editor, The Trade

    Mark FordPrincipal Consultant, LiquidMetrix
    Johan EriksonHead of Execution Services, Neonet Securities AG
    James WoodleyCo-founder and Director, Research Pool

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    Trader surveillance – What MiFID II requires 
    What are the MiFID II requirements for trader communication surveillance? Which communication types are covered? What are the requirements for proactive monitoring?
     Tom Honeywell, Director, NICE 

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