Lunch debate - MiFID II - Pre- and post-trade transparency
- How can pre-trade transparency be tailored so as not to harm liquidity?
- How can we tailor transparency rules according to type of product? What factors should be decisive (e.g. liquidity)?
- How can we make large in-scale trading more efficient? Large in-scale waivers.
- What is the appropriate level of dark trading?
- Pre-trade transparency in the non-equity space.
- Consolidation of data.
Kay Swinburne, Member of European Parliament, shadow rapporteur on MiFID
Jasper Jorristma, Policy Officer, Unit G3 - securities markets, DG MARKT, European Commission
Niall Cameron, Global Head of Credit Trading, HSBC
Eddy Wymeersch, Former chair, Committee of European Securities Regulators (CESR)
Professor Norman Schürhoff, Ecole des HEC Université de Lausanne, Senior Chair, Swiss Finance Institute
Representatives from the EU Institutions (the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union including the member states' permanent representations) as well as accredited journalists participate free of charge.
For all other participants, there is a registration fee of €165 + VAT
Closing date for registration is 19 June 2012. Seats are limited.
Organised by QED Communication
Media partner: Thomsen Reuters
In partnership with HSBC
MiFID II - Pre- and post-trade transparency
26 June 2012, 12:00 - 15:00