Main Day 1: Wednesday 25th April 2018

7:45 am - 8:30 am Refreshments and Registration

8:30 am - 8:40 am Welcome Remarks from Diane Mekie, Conference Director, TradeTech Europe 2018

Alain Courbebaisse, CTO,Euronext
Opening Bell: Alain Courbebaisse, CTO, Euronext
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Alain Courbebaisse

CTO
Euronext

8:40 am - 8:45 am Chair’s Opening Remarks

Niki Beattie, CEO,Market Structure Partners
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Niki Beattie

CEO
Market Structure Partners

Navigating the Post-MiFID II Trading Landscape

8:45 am - 9:05 am BUY SIDE INTERVIEW: The buy side business model of the future– what are the practical implications of changes to market dynamics and how can your business thrive in a post-MiFID II world?

Richard Parsons, CEO,Instinet Europe Mehmet Kinak, Global Head of Systematic Trading and Market Structure,T. Rowe Price
-What developments are set to transform the equity landscape and how will this impact buy side interaction across the market value chain?
-How are new considerations of execution quality influencing who the buy side trade with?
-With an intensive focus on the entire lifecycle of every financial market transaction, how is internal operational evolving to adhere to this new element of the regime?
-Where are the market data and transaction data coming from?
-Who should be handling it and how is it being actioned?
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Mehmet Kinak

Global Head of Systematic Trading and Market Structure
T. Rowe Price

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Richard Parsons

CEO
Instinet Europe

-What are the new market structure dynamics and how can market participants now access newer pools of liquidity?
-How is the sell side adjusting their business model to cater for the increased execution service requirements?
-How are the buy side readjusting to these evolved services and positioning of the sell side community?
-What were the biggest surprises and implementation challenges with MiFID II and how were these overcome?
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Simon Steward

Head, European Equity Trading
Capital Group

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Richard Semark

CEO, UBS MFT, Head, European Client Trading and Execution
UBS

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Tom Stenhouse

Head of Product, Equities
London Stock Exchange Group

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Mark Hemsley

President, Europe
Cboe Europe

Sam Baig

EMEA Head of Electronic Trading
Citi Group

Exploring Machine Learning

9:45 am - 10:05 am FIRE SIDE CHAT: Revolutionising your business with machine learning - where does automation makes sense and how can deep learning put you ahead of the competition?

Sanoke Viswanathan, Chief Administrative Officer, Corporate Investment Bank,J.P. Morgan Sean Kennedy, Head of Investment Operations - EMEA,Vanguard
-What are the alternative data feeds that can be used and how can they give you the competitive edge?
-Where does the data used in automation come from and what does sourcing across teams look like in practice?
-What other industries have applied deep learning to better understand and improve on human decision making?
-What are the front office activities that can benefit from AI and automation and how can deep learning be applied?
-AI safety- how are regulators approaching AI and what are the adoption challenges?
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Sanoke Viswanathan

Chief Administrative Officer, Corporate Investment Bank
J.P. Morgan

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Sean Kennedy

Head of Investment Operations - EMEA
Vanguard

10:05 am - 10:45 am Morning Refreshment Break and Networking

10:00 am - 11:00 am Private Buy Side Only Boardroom - Unique Liquidity and How to Find It

Hosted By Credit Suisse
Invitation only

In light of some of the radical changes in market structure that have been forced upon the European trading landscape under MiFID 2, we will examine how new venues and new sources of liquidity have emerged. Many of these venues target specific order types or trade sizes and we will demonstrate how many of the new participants offer seemingly unique liquidity based on geographical focus, stock cap size, symbol type and other factors. The question then is how do you find this unique liquidity and as a result, how can an SOR be optimised to improve execution performance?

10:45 am - 11:05 am KEYNOTE: From the information age to the age of capital

Seth Merrin, CEO and Founder,Liquidnet
The decentralisation of information led to an explosion of both data quantity and our ability to access it. The decentralisation of capital could be the next global revolution. Will the explosion of both capital supply and investment demand eliminate the barriers to global innovation and economic growth? Liquidnet founder and CEO Seth Merrin will discuss the transition to the Age of Capital, and the positive impact it will have on the financial industry.
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Seth Merrin

CEO and Founder
Liquidnet

Implementing the Systematic Internaliser (SI) Regime

Just before the discussion panel and 5 minutes before the end, we will take a live vote on whether given the changes to SI 
regulations, are you trading with SIs or not. You will see a visualised result of whether the panel swayed the audience’s opinion!  
-How are the sell side positioning themselves and do they interacting with eachother?
-How are SIs impacting market interaction?
-What is the rational behind certain sell side becoming and not becoming SIs?
-How will SIs manage the dark pool caps and what how does this work operationally? 
-How are the regulators going to track and monitor SIs and gain data from consolidated tape and are current SIs meeting best execution requirements under MiFID II?
-How can the buy side effectively use SIs to enhance their performance and take ownership of this data?
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Chris Marsh

Head, AES Europe
Credit Suisse

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Ralston Roberts

Co-Head, Electronic Trading, EMEA
Goldman Sachs

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Remco Lenterman

Global Head of Business Development
Citadel Securities

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Joelle Tarrant

Head of Market Structure
HSBC

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Thomas Bourgeois

Co-Head of Electronic and Head of Execution Product Strategy
Exane BNP Paribas

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Christiaan Scholtes

Head of EMEA Markets
Virtu Financial

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Niki Beattie

CEO
Market Structure Partners

-How will dark pool caps impact FTSE companies and the type of trading performed (high vs low touch)?
-How are the dark pool caps impacting liquidity and how are they changing market impact? What can the market do to mitigate this?
-How is the sell side changing their business models to cater for this change?
-Evaluating what the new block solutions are on the market and are they really helping execute these newer order types given the dark pool caps?
-How are providers managing concerns around information leakage on large in scale trades, and how has this impacted buy side attitudes to trading venues?
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Rob Boardman

Managing Director, CEO Europe
ITG

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Christoph Hock

Head Multi-Asset Trading
Union Investments

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Kjelle Blom

COO
Optiver

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Neil Joseph

European Head of Equity Trading
JP Morgan AM

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Tom Springbett

Manager, Trading Venues Policy
Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)

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Mark Pumfrey

CEO, EMEA
Liquidnet

12:25 pm - 12:30 pm 5 minute transition to streams

Group 4

STREAM A: Technology Enhancements for Best Execution Analysis

12:30 pm - 1:15 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: How can you optimise your algo wheel to gain the competitive edge?
Niki Beattie, CEO,Market Structure Partners Jonathan Finney, Director of European Business Development,Citadel Securities Daniel Shaw, Managing Director, Head of Electronic Trading EMEA,ITG Tim Miller, Equity Trader,Fidelity International
-When is an algo wheel most appropriate?
-How to apply new algo wheels to evaluate market microstructure and dark pool toxicity
-How do current algo wheels remove trade bias and what are the real benefits for the desk?
-How can the buy side use an algo wheel but still stay in control of routing and evidencing for best execution?
-What parts of the full workflow can the algo wheels cover, and what areas can they not?
-What are the future developments of these tools to fill this gap?
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Jonathan Finney

Director of European Business Development
Citadel Securities

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Niki Beattie

CEO
Market Structure Partners

Daniel Shaw

Managing Director, Head of Electronic Trading EMEA
ITG

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Tim Miller

Equity Trader
Fidelity International

STREAM B: Implementing Compliant Trading Processes and Governance

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm In Conversation: What have been the failures and successes of building a best execution policy and how can you establish successful trading processes around it?
Marcus Hooper, Private Consultant, David Miller, Head, EMEA Trading,Invesco Philip Fry, VP Product Strategy,Verint
-Ensuring process efficiency – is your policy explicit enough?
-How does your resourcing match up to what needs to be implemented?
-What are the best ways of recording trader rational?
-What are the benefits and limitations of voice recordings?
-Why that algo and why that broker- what are the questions in place to ensure the best choice?
-Top tips on how to build a compliant decision making process
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David Miller

Head, EMEA Trading
Invesco

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Philip Fry

VP Product Strategy
Verint

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Marcus Hooper

Private Consultant

STREAM B: Implementing Compliant Trading Processes and Governance

1:00 pm - 1:15 pm What simple changes to data practices could radically improve operations, reporting and measurement in the digital age?
Marcus Hooper, Private Consultant, Francis Gross, Senior Advisor,European Central Bank
•What have been the common bottlenecks when dealing with unstandardized trade/transaction data and why is standardisation so important?
•How does fragmentation collide with digitisation?
•How can revisiting our vision of finance provide new opportunities in growth and competition?
•What are the current approaches for building a common, real-time data infrastructure for front office trading?
•A practical starting point on the road to scalability and communalities – and a level playing field
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Francis Gross

Senior Advisor
European Central Bank

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Marcus Hooper

Private Consultant

STREAM C: Optimising Investment and Trading Strategies

12:30 pm - 1:15 pm OXFORD STYLE DEBATE: To achieve superior performance and ensure true value-add, your desk needs to trade more passively than actively- FOR OR AGAINST
Ari Burstein, President,Capital Markets Strategies Eirik Hauge, Head of TradingHead of Trading and Quantitative Strategies,DNB Asset Management Antish Manna, Head of Execution Research,Man GLG
-Against: There is no major shift to passive, it’s just the natural progression of more automation
-Against: With opportunity rising in narrower and more emerging markets, active trading performs significantly better
-For: The developments of technology are presenting opportunities that the market have never had
-For: Given changes to research payments, companies are consuming research differently, capturing alpha rather than research
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Eirik Hauge

Head of TradingHead of Trading and Quantitative Strategies
DNB Asset Management

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Antish Manna

Head of Execution Research
Man GLG

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Ari Burstein

President
Capital Markets Strategies

STREAM D: Buy Side Only Working Groups (limited to 20)

12:30 pm - 1:15 pm Working group 1: What are the transformational technologies for early tech adopters in best execution analysis
Kenneth McLeish, Global Head, Equities Trading Technology,JP Morgan AM
-How to manage the complexity of systems, decreasing investments and increasing regulations?
-How to incorporate global systems into a global trading workflow to provide a consistent customer experience?
-TCA in house vs TCA outsourced- what are the argument for and against and what is actually working for the BS?
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Kenneth McLeish

Global Head, Equities Trading Technology
JP Morgan AM

(limited to 15)

Small Interactive Boardrooms And Workshops

12:30 pm - 1:15 pm SYNERGY WORKSHOP: The Realities of Our New MiFID II World: What Got You Here Won't Necessarily Get You There
Mark McNerney, Head of Sales for EMEA,Visible Alpha
•Since MiFID II went into effect, what benefits or successes have you experienced?
•What aspects of this process have been most burdensome? Have there been any unexpected challenges?
•How have you changed the composition of your research provider relationships? Are there more or less? If more, how are you valuing them? If less, how are you thinking about the opportunity cost? How does ROI factor into the selection process?
•How is your firm paying for research, and what pros and cons of that choice have you experienced so far? What influence have the asset owners had (if any) in your decision making?
•What strategies are you using to track, value and pay for research?
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Mark McNerney

Head of Sales for EMEA
Visible Alpha

1:15 pm - 2:15 pm Lunch and Networking

Group 6

STREAM A: Technology Enhancements for Best Execution Analysis

2:15 pm - 2:20 pm Chairperson’s opening remarks
Julia Streets, CEO and Host, DiverCity Podcast,Streets Consulting
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Julia Streets

CEO and Host, DiverCity Podcast
Streets Consulting

-What are the key differences in demonstrating results vs demonstrating your methodology for best execution?
-How to demonstrate data from SIs given the different tags?
-What analysis needs to take place at the point of trading and how is this different to previous, more generic analysis?
-What levels of pre-trade analysis are now needed, and what technologies can actually provide this?
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Huw Gronow

Head, Dealing
Newton Investment Management

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Mark Ford

Head of Product
LiquidMetrix

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Michael Mollemans

Head of Sales Trading, Asia Pacific
Pavilion Global Markets

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Michael Richter

Director of Transaction Cost Analysis
IHS Markit

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Chris Jackson

Head of EQS, EMEA
Liquidnet

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Julia Streets

CEO and Host, DiverCity Podcast
Streets Consulting

-How to combine execution data and market data and what are the real benefits for the desk?
-How successfully are current providers combining OMS and EMS?
-How does automation enable traders to make smarter decision pre and intra trade?
-How can smarter OMS and EMS platforms allow for this?
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Matthew York

Fixed Income Product Owner
FlexTrade

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Ed Oliver

Vice President, Finance Sales
Dataminr

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Alun Cutler

Director Product Management EMEA
Charles River Development

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Chris Hollands

Head, European Sales
TS

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John Adam

SVP, Senior Director, Portfolio Management & Trading Solutions
FactSet

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Tom Van Riper

Managing Director & COO
Cubist Systematic Strategies

STREAM A: Technology Enhancements for Best Execution Analysis

3:35 pm - 4:20 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: Data analysis on steroids - what do you need to do to muscle out the competition and add value with your data?
Rebecca Healey, Head of Market Structure and Strategy,Liquidnet Robin Mess, Co-Founder & CEO,big xyt Hadrien Camus, Customer Engineer,Google Yann Couellan, Head of Fixed Income Execution,BNP Paribas Asset Management Charles-Albert Lehalle, Senior Research Advisor,Capital Fund Management Robin Mess, Co-Founder & CEO,big xyt
-Data challenges - what do you need to be thinking about and why should you care?
-What are the considerations from a strategy and technology standpoint for analysis given the data is now from pre, intra and post trade?
-From getting the data, to storing, to processing and using it- what are the common pitfalls and key steps to overcome?
-How can time stamps be achieved and who are the providers that can actually do this effectively?
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Rebecca Healey

Head of Market Structure and Strategy
Liquidnet

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Robin Mess

Co-Founder & CEO
big xyt

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Hadrien Camus

Customer Engineer
Google

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Yann Couellan

Head of Fixed Income Execution
BNP Paribas Asset Management

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Charles-Albert Lehalle

Senior Research Advisor
Capital Fund Management

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Robin Mess

Co-Founder & CEO
big xyt

STREAM B: Implementing Compliant Trading Processes and Governance

2:15 pm - 2:20 pm Chairperson’s opening remarks
Marcus Hooper, Private Consultant,
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Marcus Hooper

Private Consultant

-What systems, governance and risk controls are in place to monitor trading and trade analysis in real time, and how quickly can the company react to malpractice?
-What are the skills required internally to ensure this, and how is this different to team skill set in the past?
-What are the work streams that need system enhancement, and what does this look like in practice?
-What does the relationship between trading compliance need to look like to ensure agility and a quick response to change?
-How can the market/practitioners actually influence the regulators and will there be an industry standard?
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Dr. Sabine Dittrich

Global Head of Regulatory Intelligence
UBS Asset Management

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Anthony Amicangioli

Founder & CEO
HPR (Hyannis Port Research)

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Mark Veevers

Vice President, Manager of Portfolio Management and Trading Solutions
FactSet

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Dr. Sabine Dittrich

Global Head of Regulatory Intelligence
UBS Asset Management

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Marcus Hooper

Private Consultant

STREAM B: Implementing Compliant Trading Processes and Governance

2:55 pm - 3:50 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: How to consolidate data to make smarter and compliant trading decisions
Edouard Alligand, CEO,QuasarDB John Marsland, Chief Operating Officer, Investment,Schroder Investment Management Limited
-Where is this data coming from and how should this data be consolidated given major data silos?
-How is the data getting consumed and used?
-Where are the best places to store and analyse this increasing amounts of data?
-How do current data feeds match to MiFID II requirements?
-From a cultural perspective, how do compliance, PMs and traders need to be communicating and sharing data to ensure smarter decisions are made?
-What does a good data management framework look like?
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Edouard Alligand

CEO
QuasarDB

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John Marsland

Chief Operating Officer, Investment
Schroder Investment Management Limited

STREAM B: Implementing Compliant Trading Processes and Governance

3:50 pm - 4:20 pm FIRE SIDE CHAT: How to leverage AI to drive operational efficiencies and automation on your desk
Marcus Hooper, Private Consultant, Kenneth McLeish, Global Head, Equities Trading Technology,JP Morgan AM
-How can technology be used to automate tasks such as orders received, broker section and algo choice?
-What are the cost and capacity considerations to implement when trying to drive down operational costs?
-What is the trader’s role if the workflow is automated?
-How to best evaluate whether to outsource in develop in-house AI capabilities- what are the key factors to consider?
-What are regulators views on automation of trading processes?
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Kenneth McLeish

Global Head, Equities Trading Technology
JP Morgan AM

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Marcus Hooper

Private Consultant

-What factors have triggered an increase in ETF trading and how has the ecosystem developed?
-How has the growing affinity towards ETFs been reflected in the shift of desks towards other asset trading?
-Do ETFs really ensure you have a full product suite?
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Steve Sachs

Head of Capital Markets
Goldman Sachs Asset Management

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Henry Reece

Head of Sales
SIG

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Oliver Kilian

Director – ETF Advisory & Trading
UniCredit

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Ari Burstein

President
Capital Markets Strategies

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Tom Digby

Head of Client Trading Coverage
Invesco PowerShares

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Steve Sachs

Head of Capital Markets
Goldman Sachs Asset Management

STREAM C: Optimising Investment and Trading Strategies- ETF Developments

2:15 pm - 2:20 pm Chairperson’s opening remarks
Ari Burstein, President,Capital Markets Strategies
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Ari Burstein

President
Capital Markets Strategies

STREAM C: Optimising Investment and Trading Strategies- ETF Developments

2:55 pm - 3:35 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: What are the ETF developments that are making the biggest impact in the market when cost monitoring is high and liquidity is limited?
Ari Burstein, President,Capital Markets Strategies Cyrille Combes, Head, Trading,Lyxor Asset Management Rick van Leeuwen, Head, Institutional Trading,IMC Ben Sturgeon, Director, Equity Product Management,Tradeweb Keshava Shastry, Head of Capital Markets,Deutsche Asset Management Jürgen Blumberg, Head of Capital Markets EMEA,Invesco PowerShares
-What are the new ETFs and what do they offer that there hasn’t been before?
-How do ETFs provide liquidity both on and off exchange?
-How do ETFs compare to market makers regarding liquidity souring?
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Cyrille Combes

Head, Trading
Lyxor Asset Management

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Rick van Leeuwen

Head, Institutional Trading
IMC

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Ben Sturgeon

Director, Equity Product Management
Tradeweb

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Keshava Shastry

Head of Capital Markets
Deutsche Asset Management

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Jürgen Blumberg

Head of Capital Markets EMEA
Invesco PowerShares

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Ari Burstein

President
Capital Markets Strategies

STREAM C: Optimising Investment and Trading Strategies- ETF Developments

3:35 pm - 4:20 pm PANEL DISCUSSION: How can you leverage your current equity technology and workflow to execute cross asset?
Ari Burstein, President,Capital Markets Strategies Matthew McLoughlin, Head of Trading,Liontrust Joe Kassel, Global Head of Dealing & Exposure Managemen,AMP Capital Matthew Reid, Product Director,SimCorp
-How to optimize current resourcing given desks are shrinking but desk want more exposure?
-What benchmarks are working for non-equity products?
-How are brokers addressing cross-asset execution?
-How to develop a multi-asset team? Do you hire asset-specific traders or have multi-asset traders?
-What are the pros and cons of each?
-Where are current multi-asset O/EMS platforms falling short?
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Matthew McLoughlin

Head of Trading
Liontrust

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Joe Kassel

Global Head of Dealing & Exposure Managemen
AMP Capital

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Matthew Reid

Product Director
SimCorp

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Ari Burstein

President
Capital Markets Strategies

STREAM D: Buy Side Only Working Groups (limited to 20 max)

2:20 pm - 3:20 pm Working group 2: How do you access retail liquidity when trading U.K. Equities?
Joe Everitt, Managing Director,Stifel Ian Salmon, Director,IgniteG2M Limited Tom Fawcett, Senior Equity Trader, IG Simon Mackenzie, Senior Dealer and Dealing Desk Manager,Raymond James Investment Services Ltd
This session will explore how changes in market structure are impacting execution choices and creating new liquidity opportunities for clients:
-UK Retail investors: A leading retail brokerage client will present on the UK retail investor market; Who are retail investors, how do they trade and what do they trade?
-The growing significance of retail investors in the U.K: Growth of previously untapped retail investor volumes and how this liquidity is usually missing from institutional traders thoughts. Stifel will present market statistics, highlight areas where retail liquidity is significant and how institutional clients might gain significantly from innovative new ways of accessing non-toxic liquidity sources.
-Accessing and analysing retail liquidity: SWIM (Stifel Wealth & Investment Manager) – Stifel explains the connectivity options through its SELECT electronic trading platform to access this unique liquidity pool, offering significant, low impact retail liquidity. The panel then discusses how retail data is being used increasingly by institutional clients and market participants to improve execution strategies

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Joe Everitt

Managing Director
Stifel

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Ian Salmon

Director
IgniteG2M Limited

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Tom Fawcett

Senior Equity Trader
IG

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Simon Mackenzie

Senior Dealer and Dealing Desk Manager
Raymond James Investment Services Ltd

Open to 20 Global Heads of Trading from Europe’s top 20 asset managers. Join this interactive session, air your own industry concerns and together, with our professional independent moderator, brainstorm ways forward in conjunction and collaboration with your peers. This session is invite-only and Chatham House rules.

Hosted By: Matt Howell, Head, Derivatives & Multi-Asset Trading, T.Rowe Price
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Matt Howell

Head, Derivatives & Multi-Asset Trading
T. Rowe Price

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Paul Battams

Director, Trading and Liquidity Strategies
BlackRock

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Eric Boes

Global Head, Trading
Allianz Global Investors

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Graham Sorrell

Head of Equity, Currency and Derivatives Trading EMEA
SSGA

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Edward Wicks

Head of Trading, EMEA
Legal & General Investment Management

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Eric Boes

Global Head, Trading
Allianz Global Investors

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Adam Conn

Head Trading
Baillie Gifford

Fabien Brügger

Head, Multi-Assets Trading
Banque Cantonale Vaudoise

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Philip Bille

Head, Buyside Dealing Desk
Degroot Petercam

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Antish Manna

Head of Execution Research
Man GLG

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Mehmet Kinak

Global Head of Systematic Trading and Market Structure
T. Rowe Price

STREAM E: Small Interactive Boardrooms And Workshops (limited to 15 max)

3:20 pm - 4:20 pm Head Trader Think Tank private reception
Sponsored by Jane Street

4:20 pm - 5:00 pm Afternoon Coffee Break and Networking

Regulatory Update

5:00 pm - 5:05 pm Chairperson’s Remarks

Ulku Rowe, Technical Director, Financial Services,Google Cloud
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Ulku Rowe

Technical Director, Financial Services
Google Cloud

5:05 pm - 5:25 pm REGULATOR KEYNOTE ADDRESS: How has the European equity market responded and performed in the wake of MiFID II?

Robert Ophèle, Chairman,AMF
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Robert Ophèle

Chairman
AMF

Finding the Technology Disruptors of the Future

5:25 pm - 5:50 pm KEYNOTE INTERVIEW: Expanding your view of European financial markets – how to supercharge your market data capabilities in a post-MiFID II landscape through smart technology investments?

Lance Uggla, CEO,IHS Markit
-How will the buy side gain access to new data sources and what can they do with it?
-What are the technologies that provide good quality and deepness of data to ensure they achieve best execution?
-How can you reduce fragmentation and understand different data points from different systems?
-What internal systems need to be set up to turn data into helpful, manageable data?
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Lance Uggla

CEO
IHS Markit

Our dragons will evaluate the business models of 4 fintech firms who will give a 5 min elevator pitch on their business model. Our 
dragons will quiz them along with the audience, and we will have a live  vote on  which company the audience and dragons think 
will have the biggest and most positive impact on the trading community. This is a fantastic way to showcase new and innovative companies in the European market.
Judges to date:  Miles Kumaresan, Global Head, Trading, Nordea Asset Management & Julia Streets, CEO, Streets Consulting 
-What problem is your business trying to solve? 
-What makes your business model so different? 
-How well has it be received by the market so far?
-What part of the investment and trading process will your technology make the biggest difference?
-What are your plans for the future and how are you going to achieve this? 
1.Martin Froehler, CEO, Quantiacs
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Anand Sambasivan

Co-Founder & CEO
PrimaryBid

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Julia Streets

CEO and Host, DiverCity Podcast
Streets Consulting

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Mahmood Noorani

Founder
Quant Insight

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David Morgan

Director
Lodestar Ecosystems

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Cathryn Lyall

Co-Founder
Seismic Foundry

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Miles Kumaresan

Global Head of Trading & Fintech
Nordea Asset Management

6:25 pm - 6:30 pm Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

Ulku Rowe, Technical Director, Financial Services,Google Cloud
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Ulku Rowe

Technical Director, Financial Services
Google Cloud

6:30 pm - 7:30 pm TradeTech Europe Networking drinks