Be better prepared for MiFID II – Meet with TRAction Fintech at the Finance Magnates London Summit


Workshop: Avoiding the MiFID II time-bomb – 7 steps to take now

TRAction Fintech Directors Quinn Perrott and Sophie Gerber will be running a workshop to answer your MiFID II questions at the London Finance Magnates Summit.  They bring a wealth of experience in financial markets, IT, and legal so make sure you take this opportunity to tap into their expertise.

Date:  Wednesday, 15th November 2017

Time: 15.00

Location: Workshop room, Old Billingsgate

Let us know if you’ll be coming so that we can keep an eye out for you and please submit any questions you would like answered or topics of interest here.

Who will be the fastest of them all?  Have fun testing your reflexes.

We all know that finance folk are competitive, but this game will be an ultimate test amongst our peers of who has the speed and skill to be crowned the TRAction Batak champion at the Finance Magnates London Summit 2017.

Find us at booth #56 to learn more and to play an exciting game to test your reflexes – the winner will receive a DJI Mavic Pro drone worth USD999!  The drone is a compact and powerful device with a sophisticated camera, making it the perfect way for you to fly from your pocket.

Have a conversation with us

If you are attending the Finance Magnates London Summit, we look forward to seeing you. Being in the same place at the same time, it may be convenient to talk to us about your reporting obligations under MiFID II.

We would be pleased to hear from you by reply email or on +44 20 8050 1317 to arrange a meeting during or around the summit.

If you can’t make it, we would be pleased to come and meet with you at a convenient time in London, Cyprus or elsewhere. Please contact us if you would like to arrange a call or meeting.

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