FCA’s Helen Boyd to speak at The Trade Market Abuse Regulation event

FCA policy lead will speak to delegates next month about the implementation of Market Abuse Regulation.

The leader of the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) policy work on market abuse is to speak at The Trade’s Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) event in London next month.

Helen Boyd is manager of the Trading Conduct and Settlement Policy Team at the FCA and will speak to delegates about the implementation of MAR, which comes into force on 3 July and will impact virtually all market participants in some way.

She joined the FCA’s predecessor, the Financial Services Authority, in 2008 as part of its Capital Markets Sector Team and has also worked on teams covering OTC derivatives and post-trade policy. Prior to joining the FCA she was head of the structured transaction management team at Royal Bank of Canada.

The Trade’s Market Abuse Regulation pop-up event takes place on 23 February at the London Stock Exchange and will discuss the strategies, systems and working practices necessary to comply with this new regulation.

The event is free for the buy-side and will be followed by a cocktail reception, offering the chance to catch up with peers and share ideas.

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