‘It’s Raining Regs’: A Breakfast Symposium in London


Next week TRAction Fintech and FinanceFeeds will be hosting a breakfast symposium in London considering how upcoming MiFID II and EMIR changes will affect FX and CFD brokers.

You are invited to come and join us for a detailed insight into MiFID II, where our Director, Sophie Gerber, and General Manager, Quinn Perrot, will provide comprehensive insight and important information on the topic.

The details are:

Date: Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Time: 8.30am – 10.30am

Where: EIGHT MOORGATE 1 Dysart Street London EC2A 2BX


Light breakfast and coffee

  • Regulatory Landscape – Arbitrage or annihilation?
  • Why do Brokers have to report for both MiFIR and EMIR?
  • What is the difference between trade reporting and transaction reporting?
  • Start Date, will there be a 6 month ‘grace period’ for MiFID2 reporting?
  • What asset classes are affected?
  • Questions

Coffee break

  • What extra reporting fields are added in MiFIR vs EMIR?
  • What will be additional costs and resources to comply with MiFID?
  • What new fields are required in EMIR RTS 3?
  • Will there be a shortage of LEI with the increased demand post 3 Jan 2018?
  • What are the penalties?
  • Questions

Please contact us if you would like to attend.

We look forward to welcoming you on 4 July at 8.30am.

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