Tue, Jan 30, 2018Event Details for The Impact of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) on US Firms and Markets Register Now for The Impact of Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) on US Firms and Markets
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive/Regulation came in to force on 3 January. Even with ESMA Q&A trickling down throughout 2017, there continues to be material uncertainty about how the rules should be applied. This conference takes stock of where we are, and how market participants have sought to navigate this uncertainty whilst minimising disruption to orderly trading. Today we consider the key impacts that MiFID II has had on the derivatives markets so far, and how we expect the rules and markets to develop over 2018.
This conference will focus in on the MiFID II transparency and reporting frameworks, and how the concept of “traded on a trading venue” for OTC derivatives has played out. We also consider the impact of the new rules for commodity derivative markets, and the application of best execution reporting to OTC derivatives. Crucially, we analyse MiFID II from a global perspective, considering the impact the legislation is having on Cross-Border trading.
5.5 CPD Credit Hours Available (England and Wales)
6.5 CLE Credit Hours Available (New York)
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Tuesday, February 6, 2018
8:15 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:45 AM Introduction and Welcoming Remarks James Roberts
9:00 AM Traded on a trading venue and the transparency framework – the journey so far Moderator: James Roberts, Fabio Braga, Jamie Brigstock, Mario Muth
- What do we know about ToTV and what is unclear?
- How has the industry implemented?
- What impact is this having on the trading of OTC derivatives?
- What else do we expect from regulators?
Fabio Braga, Trading and Post Trade Policy / Markets Policy / Strategy and Competition, FCA
Jamie Brigstock, Director, G10 Rates Trading & Sales Business Manager, Citigroup
Mario Muth, Head of Rates ESales and European Fixed Income Market Structure, Deutsche Bank AG
10:20 AM Morning Break
10:45 AM Market Data Reporting Ian Sloyan, Karin Verlinden
In this session we will look back at the implementation of the data and reporting requirements of MiFIR /MiFID II, and discuss the major issues encountered, and what the industry has to work on this year to improve efficiency of their implementations post January 2018.Ian Sloyan, Director, Data and Reporting, ISDA
Karin Verlinden, Capital Markets Initiatives, BNP Paribas
11:45 AM The derivatives trading obligation and packages James Roberts
- How has the trading obligation been developed in the EU?
- What impact is it having on swaps trading?
- How does it apply where a swap subject to the trading obligation is traded as part of a package?
12:30 PM Luncheon
1:30 PM MiFID II/R: A New Regime for Commodity Derivatives Markets, including the ESMA final rules and Q&A Benoît Gourisse, Paul Willis
- MiFID II/MiFIR is broad in scope, and touches many corners of the financial system
- Scope of commodity contracts
- Position limits: metric, baseline limits, exemption, aggregation, flexibility granted to NCAs
- Position reporting
- General exemption rule – ancillary activities
Paul Willis, Technical Specialist, FCA
2:30 PM MiFID II Cross-Border issues Moderator: James Roberts, Caroline Dawson
- The scope of MiFID II/MiFIR is not always clear. What does the third-country branch of an EEA firm need to do to be compliant? What about an EEA branch of a third-country firm?
- How have EU firms implemented MiFID II for their desks outside the EEA?
- How are regulators approaching supervision of third-country compliance?
- What will be the impact of Brexit?
Caroline Dawson, Senior Associate, Clifford Chance LLP
3:30 PM Afternoon Break
3:45 PM MiFID II Best Execution Jai Chavda, Fiona Taylor
- Quality of execution reporting
- Annual publication by investment firms on the identity of execution venues and on the quality of execution
- The main challenges
Fiona Taylor, Director, European Public Policy, ISDA
4:15 PM Conference Concludes
VenueBack to Top
Allen & Overy LLP, One Bishops Square, London, E1 6AD. Phone +44 (0) 203 808 9700. A map to the venue can be found here. You will be required to provide photo identification in order to enter the venue. Please ensure you present this at the ground floor reception or you may be refused entry.
SpeakersBack to Top
Director, European Public Policy
Trading and Post Trade Policy / Markets Policy / Strategy and Competition
Director, G10 Rates Trading & Sales Business Manager
Head of Rates ESales and European Fixed Income Market Structure
Deutsche Bank AG
Director, Data and Reporting
Capital Markets Initiatives
Senior Director, European Public Policy
Clifford Chance LLP
Assistant General Counsel
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Director, European Public Policy
Course LevelBack to Top
Some knowledge of derivatives documentation is assumed. No advance preparation is required.
AccreditationBack to Top
ISDA is an accredited provider of continuing education credits by the following organizations:
ISDA has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the state of New York.
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