IFLR Structured Products & Derivatives Forum 2017


 

June 13, 2017, Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel, London

Overview














International Financial Law Review hosted the IFLR Structured Products & Derivatives Forum which focused on regulatory developments and opportunities arising from Mifid II, Emir and Priips implementation.

With Brexit fast approaching, legal leaders for the day engaged in discussion and debate. The forum allowed attendees to gain expertise and advice on new emerging trends, exciting new markets, Innovation in structured products, margining requirements for OTC derivatives and much more.

 

Delegates were able to:

  • Discuss key regulatory developments for Mifid II & Emir
  • Discover new and innovative trends impacting structured products & derivatives
  • Evaluate the challenges associated with a delayed Priips implementation
  • Debate the legislative impact of Brexit on derivative trading

 

Who attended?

  • Bankers counsel
  • Corporate counsel
  • Investment bankers
  • Regulators
  • Private practice lawyers




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