Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS) is right around the corner, officially kicking off on November 21-23 at Old Billingsgate. Now in its tenth year of operation, FMLS is going bigger, gearing up for what will be the largest content stream to date.

What does this mean for attendees? FMLS22 includes a freshly expanded content track that will encompass two full days of exhibitions, panels, and entertainment. On the content end, a total of four verticals will be covered, supporting a detailed agenda that covers online trading, digital assets & blockchain, fintech, and the payments space.

As a reminder, if you have not already done so, take advantage of competitive pricing and register for FMLS22 today.

November 23 – 15:20, Innovate Stage: Regulation Roundup: Everything You Need to Know for 2023

Prepare your branded notebooks. In this signature London Summit session, we bring together leading experts in regulation and reporting to provide insight into the big picture and the nitty-gritty details that will define regulation for brokers, fintech and beyond.

Speakers:

Ron Finberg – Product Specialist Director, S&P Global Market Intelligence – Cappitech

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller – Founder & CEO – Muinmos

Rav Saidha – Chair – Retail Derivative Forum

Evdokia Pitsillidou – Partner | Risk & Compliance Director – SALVUS FUNDS

Mark Kelly – Founder – Regulatory Advice

Virginie O’Shea – Founder – Firebrand Research

How does the FCA cooperate with other jurisdictions in a post-Brexit reality? What changes are expected in reporting requirements and how to prepare? How do developments over the Atlantic affect crypto regulation in the EU? What brokers should know about the evolving ESG regulation? Find out the answers to all these questions and more by attending the panel on November 23!

You will be speaking on the Regulation Roundup: Everything You Need to Know for the 2023 panel, what do you think will be the highlight of the discussion and why should the audience attend it?h3>

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller (Muinmos): When Marcel Duchamp submitted a urinal to an exhibition in 1917, he didn’t just create Art – he redefined it, giving the urinal new value. Unknowingly, the subversive artist committed an act of regulation. This is exactly what regulation is doing these days – it’s deciding what falls into the scope of the financial system, and what doesn’t.

Or, in other words, what is money and what isn’t. So, if you want to know where the money will be in a year or two, you need to keep an eye on the ones who define it: the regulators. Our discussion will look at which regulators will be most influential, what is likely to come into force in 2023, and how best to remain compliant.

Rav Saidha (Retail Derivative Forum): 2023 will be the year of transformation for many firms as they gear up for the changes planned in 2024. Firms will need to review their processes; validate the information they are collecting and review their reporting infrastructure to ensure it is working as efficiently as it can. For those who are regulated in multiple jurisdictions, it will be a very busy year and some firms have already started their preparations.

Evdokia Pitsillidou (SALVUS FUNDS): This is easy. I say MiCA. The European Union has come one step closer to making crypto regulation a reality after it passed the Markets in Crypto Assets Regulation (MiCA) bill, with the European Parliament officials voting again for final approval of the legislation later this month before it becomes law.

This is a remarkable milestone, as there has yet not been such an extensive set of regulations in place. As regulations evolve, the shape of the industry is changing, and we expect Crypto and MiCA to deservedly be the highlight of the discussion of the regulation round-up.

What are you looking forward to the most at FMLS?

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller (Muinmos): FMLS22 will be great for networking – for meeting up with friends, partners, and clients from across the industry and making new contacts. The panel discussions will be an excellent opportunity to hear the views of industry leaders and understand more about future trends that may impact your business.

Rav Saidha (Retail Derivative Forum): I’m keen to speak with various brokers, listening to their bright ideas they plan to bring to the industry, as well as the issues they have been facing.

Evdokia Pitsillidou (SALVUS FUNDS): Visiting London, clients, and associates. FMLS never disappoints and this year we are looking forward to having our licensing team at SALVUS showcase our most recent success, in obtaining the CySEC license for Equiti Group.

A development that adds confidence for many investment firms, considering Cyprus as their EU member state to set up their EU operations. We look forward to instilling our knowledge and experience in participants of the FMLS and provide optimal solutions tailored to their businesses, especially in regard to and based on our experience in promoting Crypto-Asset Services Providers (CASP) applications.

Tell us a bit about what you do/your company/who you are looking to network with?

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller (Muinmos): I am the Founder & CEO of Muinmos which is widely recognised as a RegTech pioneer. We have developed the only client onboarding platform to fully automate the entire client onboarding platform, from AI powered client categorization to fully automated KYC/AML checks and client risk assessments. We’re looking forward to meeting prospective clients and partners at FML22 and having the opportunity to demonstrate our product to those who want to find out more. We know they will be impressed when they see it!

Rav Saidha (Retail Derivative Forum): The Retail Derivative Forum was set up in 2017 as a voice for the Retail brokers operating within the CFD industry. What started with 2 firms has grown to 40, and we are keen to add other firms who are facing the same issues that each of us have faced in the TR space; ambiguity. By working together, we can interpret the grey areas and help regulators receive the data they expect to receive.

Evdokia Pitsillidou (SALVUS FUNDS): SALVUS Funds is a boutique advisory with vast experience in licensing, regulatory compliance, and internal audits for Investment Firms, funds, Crypto-Asset Services Providers (CASP), Electronic Money (EMI) and Payment Institutions.

Our team understands the trends of the market and can propose to clients the best solutions as per their business model and needs. We look forward to networking with firms that need to obtain licenses either for investment services, payment services or crypto-asset services.

Check out the full agenda today and join the conversation surrounding FMLS22!

Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS) is right around the corner, officially kicking off on November 21-23 at Old Billingsgate. Now in its tenth year of operation, FMLS is going bigger, gearing up for what will be the largest content stream to date.

What does this mean for attendees? FMLS22 includes a freshly expanded content track that will encompass two full days of exhibitions, panels, and entertainment. On the content end, a total of four verticals will be covered, supporting a detailed agenda that covers online trading, digital assets & blockchain, fintech, and the payments space.

As a reminder, if you have not already done so, take advantage of competitive pricing and register for FMLS22 today.

November 23 – 15:20, Innovate Stage: Regulation Roundup: Everything You Need to Know for 2023

Prepare your branded notebooks. In this signature London Summit session, we bring together leading experts in regulation and reporting to provide insight into the big picture and the nitty-gritty details that will define regulation for brokers, fintech and beyond.

Speakers:

Ron Finberg – Product Specialist Director, S&P Global Market Intelligence – Cappitech

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller – Founder & CEO – Muinmos

Rav Saidha – Chair – Retail Derivative Forum

Evdokia Pitsillidou – Partner | Risk & Compliance Director – SALVUS FUNDS

Mark Kelly – Founder – Regulatory Advice

Virginie O’Shea – Founder – Firebrand Research

How does the FCA cooperate with other jurisdictions in a post-Brexit reality? What changes are expected in reporting requirements and how to prepare? How do developments over the Atlantic affect crypto regulation in the EU? What brokers should know about the evolving ESG regulation? Find out the answers to all these questions and more by attending the panel on November 23!

You will be speaking on the Regulation Roundup: Everything You Need to Know for the 2023 panel, what do you think will be the highlight of the discussion and why should the audience attend it?h3>

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller (Muinmos): When Marcel Duchamp submitted a urinal to an exhibition in 1917, he didn’t just create Art – he redefined it, giving the urinal new value. Unknowingly, the subversive artist committed an act of regulation. This is exactly what regulation is doing these days – it’s deciding what falls into the scope of the financial system, and what doesn’t.

Or, in other words, what is money and what isn’t. So, if you want to know where the money will be in a year or two, you need to keep an eye on the ones who define it: the regulators. Our discussion will look at which regulators will be most influential, what is likely to come into force in 2023, and how best to remain compliant.

Rav Saidha (Retail Derivative Forum): 2023 will be the year of transformation for many firms as they gear up for the changes planned in 2024. Firms will need to review their processes; validate the information they are collecting and review their reporting infrastructure to ensure it is working as efficiently as it can. For those who are regulated in multiple jurisdictions, it will be a very busy year and some firms have already started their preparations.

Evdokia Pitsillidou (SALVUS FUNDS): This is easy. I say MiCA. The European Union has come one step closer to making crypto regulation a reality after it passed the Markets in Crypto Assets Regulation (MiCA) bill, with the European Parliament officials voting again for final approval of the legislation later this month before it becomes law.

This is a remarkable milestone, as there has yet not been such an extensive set of regulations in place. As regulations evolve, the shape of the industry is changing, and we expect Crypto and MiCA to deservedly be the highlight of the discussion of the regulation round-up.

What are you looking forward to the most at FMLS?

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller (Muinmos): FMLS22 will be great for networking – for meeting up with friends, partners, and clients from across the industry and making new contacts. The panel discussions will be an excellent opportunity to hear the views of industry leaders and understand more about future trends that may impact your business.

Rav Saidha (Retail Derivative Forum): I’m keen to speak with various brokers, listening to their bright ideas they plan to bring to the industry, as well as the issues they have been facing.

Evdokia Pitsillidou (SALVUS FUNDS): Visiting London, clients, and associates. FMLS never disappoints and this year we are looking forward to having our licensing team at SALVUS showcase our most recent success, in obtaining the CySEC license for Equiti Group.

A development that adds confidence for many investment firms, considering Cyprus as their EU member state to set up their EU operations. We look forward to instilling our knowledge and experience in participants of the FMLS and provide optimal solutions tailored to their businesses, especially in regard to and based on our experience in promoting Crypto-Asset Services Providers (CASP) applications.

Tell us a bit about what you do/your company/who you are looking to network with?

Remonda Kirketerp-Møller (Muinmos): I am the Founder & CEO of Muinmos which is widely recognised as a RegTech pioneer. We have developed the only client onboarding platform to fully automate the entire client onboarding platform, from AI powered client categorization to fully automated KYC/AML checks and client risk assessments. We’re looking forward to meeting prospective clients and partners at FML22 and having the opportunity to demonstrate our product to those who want to find out more. We know they will be impressed when they see it!

Rav Saidha (Retail Derivative Forum): The Retail Derivative Forum was set up in 2017 as a voice for the Retail brokers operating within the CFD industry. What started with 2 firms has grown to 40, and we are keen to add other firms who are facing the same issues that each of us have faced in the TR space; ambiguity. By working together, we can interpret the grey areas and help regulators receive the data they expect to receive.

Evdokia Pitsillidou (SALVUS FUNDS): SALVUS Funds is a boutique advisory with vast experience in licensing, regulatory compliance, and internal audits for Investment Firms, funds, Crypto-Asset Services Providers (CASP), Electronic Money (EMI) and Payment Institutions.

Our team understands the trends of the market and can propose to clients the best solutions as per their business model and needs. We look forward to networking with firms that need to obtain licenses either for investment services, payment services or crypto-asset services.

Check out the full agenda today and join the conversation surrounding FMLS22!