TradeTech Europe 2017

25 - 26 April, 2017

Palais des Congrès de Paris

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 Mark Pumfrey
Mark Pumfrey Head of EMEA Liquidnet
Mark has over 30 years’ experience in the financial services industry. His last role was Managing Director, Head of Senior relationship Management EMEA and for 10 years prior to that he ran Merrill Lynch’s EMEA equity advisory business globally. In December 2012 he joined the global institutional equity trading network, Liquidnet, as Head of EMEA. Under Mark’s leadership the business in EMEA has grown business by over 150% as a result of strengthening relationships with institutional members, increasing its UK and Continental European footprint, driving innovation and improving member behaviour. Mark gives back to the community through his role as Chairman of the October Club – a committee of city brokers who run annual fundraising events for fledging charities in the UK. Since the club launched in 1987, the committee has raised over £10.5 million for transformational projects enabling small charities to kick-start groundbreaking research, raise their profiles and expand their reach to support those in need.


Main Day 1: Tuesday 25th April 2017

9:40 AM ALL STAR PANEL: How are dark pools evolving under MiFID II restrictions and how will dark liquidity play into best execution in 2018?

  • Sourcing liquidity in the dark- what and where are the new opportunities and how can users best access these pools?
  • Developments in crossing networks and SIs- what are their future given increased regulatory pressure around matched principal trading?
  • How are providers demonstrating the mechanics of dark pools and demonstrating robust internal governance processes?
  • How can traders be sure of effective dark pool monitoring, with a focus on operational integrity, best execution, client preferences and unwanted trading activity including market abuse?
  • How are providers doing more to identify and manage conflicts of interest, strengthen policies and procedures for escalation and oversight?