Global Market Structure Conference
Venue: The Coleman Center
|Event Date/Time: Oct 30, 2008||End Date/Time: Oct 30, 2008|
|Registration Date: Oct 30, 2008|
|Early Registration Date: Oct 10, 2008|
Important changes involving new regulations, aggressive competition, innovative trading systems and technology, and global opportunities influence the market's focus and have effectively stimulated unexpected partnerships, massive trading expansion and overall growth of the securities industry.
The "Global Market Structure Conference" will address the steady growth of new entities and technology solutions around the world, focusing on the impact in the US as well as the European, Latin America and Asian markets. The Keynote Address will be presented by Donald Donahue, Chairman & Chief Exceutive Office of The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation.
Some of the major issues that will be addressed include:
* State of Capital Markets and the Global Economy
* Trading Regulations
* Project Turquoise Initiatives
* Focus on Europe
* Examining the Asian Markets
* The Latin-America Infrastructure
* The Next Players in Global Consolidation
* The Impact of Technology on the Development of Trading Systems and Market Structure
* The Future of Cross-Border Market Structures
This conference will bring together industry professionals responsible for US and international market regulation, compliance and regulatory issues, operations and technology, strategic planning and trading, as well as senior managers from broker/dealer and market centers to discus and provide an overview of the workings of the global market structure, particularly focusing on, benefits and limitations of different trading structures, impact of technology, the changing needs of the global environment, and the analysis of consolidation, harmonization, and independent structural performance.
In addition, a concurrent Vendor Exhibit will feature displays by leading technology, communication, and regulation providers. For information on sponsor & exhibit opportunities, email Alana Anderson or call 212-328-2500 x238.