The EU post-crisis change agenda is designed to meet the G20 objectives, generate higher standards in governance and conduct, strengthen market transparency and integrity and establish a safer financial system.
Now in its sixth year, City Week is the premier international gathering of the international financial services community. It brings together policy makers and senior industry representatives from round the globe to consider together the future of financial markets and London, in particular.
The nuclear agreement has given Iran and Britain the opportunity to make a historic break with the past and marks the beginning of a new era in their relationship.
Building on the success of our inaugural scene-setting Capital Markets Union Summit last May, this event is the first in a series of ECMU implementation events
The purpose of this conference will be to examine the impact of the new competition powers on the various sectors of the financial services industry.
This highly topical event on Transaction and Trade Reporting Under MiFID II is part of a two year programme of events on MiFID II.
Following up on the success of the last year’s event we are organising The 2nd Annual Energy Cyber Security Executive Forum in cooperation with National Grid & DECC.
Following on from our successful Cyber Security Series in 2014-2015, The UK Health Cyber Security Summit will examine the latest cyber security issues faced by NHS, private hospitals and GP practices, with particular emphasis on cyber resilience, cloud-based threat intelligence, security of medical devices, electronic patient records as well as new mobile healthcare services.
This highly topical event explores how best councils and the private sector can work together to meet the Government’s ambitious targets.
Market abuse is already quite a broad and flexible offence, changes under the Market Abuse Regulation and MiFID II will further broaden out the types of products and venues that are captured by the market abuse regime and this will result in more enforcement cases.