MiFID II Briefing: Interacting with the New Market Structure


  • Transparency
  • Trade and transaction reporting
  • Best execution
  • Multi-venue connectivity
  • Trade reconstruction
  • Records retention
  • Transaction cost analysis (TCA)
  • Smart order routing (SOR)
  • Systematic Internalisers (Sis)

Registration and Networking over Coffee


Chair’s Opening & Welcome


Keynote Presentation: Dr Kay Swinburne, Vice Chair of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, European Parliament

  • The emerging trading venue landscape in the wake of the new SI regime
  • How the outcome compares to original intentions of the MiFID II regulation
  • How this might be impacted by Brexit
  • What’s next in the MiFID series of regulations



Industry leaders Panel: Reviewing current state of play in the market

  • The new EU trading landscape: RMs, MTFs, OTFs & SIs
  • Accessing liquidity: Impact of SI regime and dark pool caps
  • Accessing liquidity: Impact of periodic auctions and networks of SIs
  • How are the sell side and buy side re-adjusting to new market structure dynamics?
  • How have regulators challenged some of the industry’s ‘solutions’ to the regulatory restrictions, and how are practitioners exploiting loopholes?

Moderated by: Andrew Delaney, Chief Content Officer, A-Team Group
Matthew Coupe,
Co-Chair EMEA Regional Committee & EMEA Regulatory Subcommittee, FIX Trading Community; Director, Barclays Investment Bank
James Baugh, Director, Head of European Market Structure, Citigroup
Stephen Hanks,
Manager, Markets Policy, Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Natan Tiefenbrun,
Managing Director, European Execution Services, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Matthew McLoughlin, Head of Trading, Liontrust Asset Management


Networking and Refreshment Break


Panel: Ensuring best execution and connectivity in a multi-venue environment

  • Venues and connectivity choices impacting best execution
  • Linking to emerging SIs - how does this impact on best execution policy?
  • How are trading technologies like algos being redesigned to trade in periodic auctions and other new trading mechanisms?
  • Evaluating performance: Assessing options for trading venue analysis and order routing transparency.  Are your analytics fit for purpose?
  • Data driven: How are firms addressing the need for high quality data for Transaction cost analysis (TCA), best execution reporting and trade reconstruction?  
  • Real time monitoring of trading activity for trade reconstruction and records retention means an extra burden on data capture and storage systems – how are firms addressing this?

Moderated by: Ian Salmon, DirectorIgniteG2M Ltd
Will Winzor-Saile,
Execution Analytics & Architecture, Redburn
Chris Lewis,
Trader, Former Magnetar Capital
Thomas Kennedy, Global Head of Analytic Services, Financial & Risk Division,Thomson Reuters
Dermot Harriss, Senior Vice President - Regulatory Solutions, OneMarketData
Joe Everitt, Managing Director, SELECT, Stifel Electronic Trading (Europe)



Panel: Navigating the emerging SI landscape

  • Laying out the SI landscape: Understanding different types
  • SI liquidity and evaluation
  • Managing the complexity around near real-time trade reporting to APAs
  • State of play on ISINs for OTC Derivatives, LEIs for transaction reporting: Sourcing LEIs, global issue of LEIs
  • Future state: Considering short-medium term impacts on SIs

Moderated by: Jeremy Bruce, Managing Director, Prime Services Platform Sales EMEA, Societe Generale
Simon Dove, Head, Liquidity Management, Tower Research Capital Europe 
Jonathan Finney,
Director of European Business Development, Citadel Securities 
Peter Moss,
CEO, SmartStream RDU
John Mason, Global Head of Regulatory and Market Structure Propositions, Financial & Risk Division, Thomson Reuters
Malavika Solanki, Member of the Management Team, Derivatives Service Bureau


Coffee and Networking 

*Please note: This programme is subject to change.

Attendee Testimonials

I like the fact that each panel had a good mix between practitioners, old world vs technical new world. Very well balanced.

Kee Meng Tan
Head of Electronic Execution Strategy, BNP Paribas

Really interesting panels. Enjoyed immensely.

Andrew Biggart
Business Development Manager, Australian Securities Exchange

I would like to thank you for an excellent event last week. The Intelligent Trading Summit was great. Our booth had some excellent traffic and we made a number of very good, new contacts. The venue was very good and the layout meant that all exhibitors had a good flow of interested attendees. We also attended a number of the Keynote and Panel sessions – all of which were interesting and useful. Congratulations on a really good event. Exhibiting and attending was money well spent

Ian Hillier-Brook
CEO, MCO Europe

It was a pleasure to speak on the panel. The discussion with the audience and my fellow panelists was good and the general feedback and questions were constructive and added to the discussion.

Neil Horlock
Director, Credit Suisse

The Intelligent Trading summit was the best conference I have been to in a long time. It’s difficult to get fresh about some regulatory topics and A- Team did this by delivering well moderated and interesting panels all day with a variety of topics covered in a thought provoking way.

Rachel Przybylski
Head of Markets Data Structure, Saxo Capital Markets

It was an excellent event and it was great to see some familiar faces and meet some new ones! I enjoyed all the sessions I saw: the panellists were excellent and all experts in their fields.

Toby Bryans
Principal Consultant, Finance Practice DataArt

This is my second year attending the Intelligent Trading Summit. A-Team Group pull together a good group of relevant panellists and speakers – backed up by a good show in the exhibitor section. These are the people who you want to meet and listen to. 

I find myself able to agree with some information – but always with a learning aspect attached to that and the rest.

I look forward to the event next year.

Julian Maule
Delivery Manager eTrading Systems, Rabobank

I found it a great opportunity to hear from and network with, many of the thought leaders in the intelligent trading space.

Kenneth McLeish
MD, Global Head of Trading Technology, JP Morgan Asset Management

I found it a great opportunity to hear from and network with, many of the thought leaders in the intelligent trading space.

Kenneth McLeish
MD, Global Head of Trading Technology, JP Morgan Asset Management

A-Team Group’s TradingTech Briefing is one of the best post-MiFID events to get to the heart of the business and technical issues affecting the industry!

Thomas Kennedy
Global Head of Analytic Services, Financial & Risk Division,Thomson Reuters

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