24 - 25 April, 2019
Palais des Congrès de Paris
Global Head, Trading and Order Generation
UBS AM O’Connor
9:00 AM MARKET STRUCTURE LEADERS PANEL: The paradigm shift - how are changes in market structure, liquidity and new products altering the way you interact with your counterparts across the value chain?
- How are the buy side using new trading venues, managing resourcing constraints and keeping up to date with a constantly changing market structure?
- How are brokers truly diversifying and innovating? Do their product changes match with what’s required by the market?
- With broker specialisation, will there be aspects of the market not covered? What does this mean for your access to liquidity?
- How is the rising cost of execution impacting the buy side’s broker choice? What is the impact on the services provided they them?
- How has connectivity changed post MiFID II, especially when partnering with tier 2 and 3 brokers? What does this mean when accessing new sources of liquidity?
- Has increased transparency really changed how reliant the buy side are on the sell side? If not, why?
12:50 PM ALL STAR PANEL: Evaluating changes in the financial stability of European markets and what opportunities and limitations will this bring to the financial services industry? - life after Brexit
- What are the practicalities of who you can and can’t trade with and what relationships do you need to nurture to ensure the
post-Brexit transition is successful?
- How are brokers now accommodating different flows from different locations? What does this mean for the buy side and their partnerships with UK, European and international clients?
- How are financial organisations delegating responsibility of UK vs EU issuance?
- Where are companies positioning PMs vs traders and does this really matter?
- How will the cost of broker services change for the buy side considering the overall increase in legal and documentation fees?
- How will liquidity be impacted?