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Recent Developments in the Market Abuse Regime 2017

14 Nov 2017 08:30 - 16:30
London, UK.
Conferences & Seminars, Compliance, Risk, Regulation
Banking, Legal, Securities & Investment, Energy Market Participants, Gaming, General Insurance, Investor Relations, Life Assurance, Mortgage & Home Finance, Pensions, Wealth Management, Audit, Tax & Accountancy, Clearing Houses, Outsourcing, Consumer Credit

Discounts available.


Since the Market Abuse Regulation came into effect in the UK in July 2016, the FCA has made clear that it is focusing on firms’ systems and controls to prevent market abuse, and that it places as strong an emphasis on identifying weaknesses in regulated firms’ controls as it does in pursuing the abuse itself. 

Implementing what is required has been a daunting task for the compliance function across a range of financial institutions. While the fast approach of the MiFID II deadline further complicates the issue.

This conference, the seventeenth in the series, aims to alleviate the challenges through a mixture of presentations and interactive panel sessions from policy makers, industry practitioners and leading experts in the field.

We are pleased to announce that Julia Hoggett, Director of Market Oversight, FCA will give the keynote address.

The sessions will be as follows:

  • Keynote address
  • Enforcement for market misconduct - recent and live issues
  • Suspicious transaction and order reports – deep dive on the requirements and how to satisfy them
  • Market soundings – the requirements and how disclosing and receiving market participants can satisfy them
  • Benchmarking MAR systems and controls I - focus on market manipulation 
  • Benchmarking MAR systems and controls II – focus on inside information
  • The challenges of algorithmic and high frequency trading under MAR and MiFID II
  • Developments in the FICC markets
  • Market abuse regulation after Brexit 

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