Only one week remains until Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS) swings open its doors at Old Billingsgate on November 21-23. Ahead of the event, the FM team is spotlighting some of the biggest panels for the upcoming landmark summit.

This includes the largest content slate ever, with FMLS celebrating its 10-year anniversary, capped off by a newly expanded content track. FMLS22 will feature a full two days of panels, discussions, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, and much more.

This year, a total of four verticals will be covered at FMLS, focusing on 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 22 (10:00) Centre Stage – The Cutting Edge: Advances in Trading Technology

Join industry leaders as they debate and deconstruct the year that was and the year to come in online trading.

Andrea Badiola Mateos – Chief Commercial Officer – Finance Magnates Group

Iskandar Najjar – CEO – Equiti Group

Charlie White-Thomson – CEO, UK – Saxo Bank

Wei Qiang Zhang – Managing Director – ATFX UK & ATFX Connect

Andrew Ralich – CEO & Co-Founder – oneZero

Matthew Maloney – Group CEO – Finalto

Marc Bürki – CEO – Swissquote Bank

How do volatility levels and looming recession affect trading appetite? How does consolidation in the crypto market affect CFD trading? Are new regulations supporting traders or sending them further offshore? Where are the biggest opportunities for brokers and vendors in 2023? See the answers to these and more next week!

You will be speaking on the All-Star Roundtable: Mixed Trends panel, what do you think will be the highlight of the discussion and why should the audience attend it?

Iskandar Najjar (Equiti Group): How is market volatility with all that is happening in the world today affecting our industry and business continuity, and how are businesses able to adapt to it; what is the future of the markets?

What are the emerging trends that will impact our industry in 2023, and how does the industry need to adapt to these trends? How will digital assets shape our industry, and what is Equiti doing to lead the industry in terms of design, and the legislation of digital assets?

Charlie White-Thomson (Saxo Bank): I think the highlight of the discussion will be trends around how the online trading ecosystem is evolving, particularly with more and more retail traders entering the market. But also, discussions around pricing and how to best weather recession storms. For anybody interested in the intersection of finance and innovation, this is a must-attend event.

Wei Qiang Zhang (ATFX UK & ATFX Connect): I think the highlight could be the compliance and regulations related to the recent MT4 app removal from App Store. I think it reflects the compliance attitude of regulators, banks, and other major suppliers. The other highlight could be the recent market volatility due to the unstable political and economic environments as well as the regional conflict.

I would encourage more people to attend as we can share some views or possible solutions for the recent incidents. It could be a critical time for our industry. With many heads of industry, I am sure the audience can benefit from the inside knowledge and long-term visions.

What are you looking forward to the most at FMLS?

Iskandar Najjar (Equiti Group): The Finance Magnates London Summit provides a great opportunity to meet everyone who is at the heart of this business. It is always good to see the familiar faces from the other expos held during the year in Dubai, Cyprus, Bangkok, but the London Summit opens access to the Americas region, so it’s great to meet new people, and people that we don’t see during the year.

Charlie White-Thomson (Saxo Bank): I’m excited about meeting decision-makers at other online trading and fintech firms, but also learning more about the choppy waters of liquidity pools, which our Institutional FX Sales team will be talking about. And, we’re also nominated for a few awards, so I’ve got my fingers crossed for that.

Wei Qiang Zhang (ATFX UK & ATFX Connect): I am looking forward to meeting all my old friends and making some new ones. Hopefully, we can build more client relationships and also connections on the liquidity side.

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

Iskandar Najjar (Equiti Group): Iskandar Najjar, is the Co-Founder, and CEO of Equiti Group, a global multi-asset brokerage. Equiti Capital, is regulated by the UK’s FCA, and is one of eight regulated subsidiaries within the Equiti Group. Equiti has a wide global presence with offices in key locations across the globe including London, Limassol, Dubai, Amman, Nairobi, Yerevan, and Florida, with 500 professionals and specialists across the globe committed to providing a world-class offering. I’m looking forward to meeting other brokers, technology providers, industry leaders and to understand their outlook on the market.

Charlie White-Thomson (Saxo Bank): I’m the CEO of Saxo UK, and my team and I are looking to take Saxo to the next level. We’ve been around for 30 years – something not many people can say. But, our global footprint in 16 markets allows us to be a truly global player – an online trading platform which can service both retail and institutional clients with our complete technology stack allowing you to access 60,000 instruments with the click of a button.

Wei Qiang Zhang (ATFX UK & ATFX Connect): I am the Managing Director of ATFX UK and ATFX Connect. I joined the company from its inception in 2017 and built the brand together with the team globally.

I am very fortunate to work with experienced, talented, and hardworking colleagues in the last 5 years and will continue to grow the business to one of the top brokers in the market. ATFX has been regarded as one fast growing broker with around $200bn volume monthly now and 14 offices in the world. We have developed our name into an international trustable and reliable brand with multiple products and platforms offering.

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

Only one week remains until Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS) swings open its doors at Old Billingsgate on November 21-23. Ahead of the event, the FM team is spotlighting some of the biggest panels for the upcoming landmark summit.

This includes the largest content slate ever, with FMLS celebrating its 10-year anniversary, capped off by a newly expanded content track. FMLS22 will feature a full two days of panels, discussions, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, and much more.

This year, a total of four verticals will be covered at FMLS, focusing on 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 22 (10:00) Centre Stage – The Cutting Edge: Advances in Trading Technology

Join industry leaders as they debate and deconstruct the year that was and the year to come in online trading.

Andrea Badiola Mateos – Chief Commercial Officer – Finance Magnates Group

Iskandar Najjar – CEO – Equiti Group

Charlie White-Thomson – CEO, UK – Saxo Bank

Wei Qiang Zhang – Managing Director – ATFX UK & ATFX Connect

Andrew Ralich – CEO & Co-Founder – oneZero

Matthew Maloney – Group CEO – Finalto

Marc Bürki – CEO – Swissquote Bank

How do volatility levels and looming recession affect trading appetite? How does consolidation in the crypto market affect CFD trading? Are new regulations supporting traders or sending them further offshore? Where are the biggest opportunities for brokers and vendors in 2023? See the answers to these and more next week!

You will be speaking on the All-Star Roundtable: Mixed Trends panel, what do you think will be the highlight of the discussion and why should the audience attend it?

Iskandar Najjar (Equiti Group): How is market volatility with all that is happening in the world today affecting our industry and business continuity, and how are businesses able to adapt to it; what is the future of the markets?

What are the emerging trends that will impact our industry in 2023, and how does the industry need to adapt to these trends? How will digital assets shape our industry, and what is Equiti doing to lead the industry in terms of design, and the legislation of digital assets?

Charlie White-Thomson (Saxo Bank): I think the highlight of the discussion will be trends around how the online trading ecosystem is evolving, particularly with more and more retail traders entering the market. But also, discussions around pricing and how to best weather recession storms. For anybody interested in the intersection of finance and innovation, this is a must-attend event.

Wei Qiang Zhang (ATFX UK & ATFX Connect): I think the highlight could be the compliance and regulations related to the recent MT4 app removal from App Store. I think it reflects the compliance attitude of regulators, banks, and other major suppliers. The other highlight could be the recent market volatility due to the unstable political and economic environments as well as the regional conflict.

I would encourage more people to attend as we can share some views or possible solutions for the recent incidents. It could be a critical time for our industry. With many heads of industry, I am sure the audience can benefit from the inside knowledge and long-term visions.

What are you looking forward to the most at FMLS?

Iskandar Najjar (Equiti Group): The Finance Magnates London Summit provides a great opportunity to meet everyone who is at the heart of this business. It is always good to see the familiar faces from the other expos held during the year in Dubai, Cyprus, Bangkok, but the London Summit opens access to the Americas region, so it’s great to meet new people, and people that we don’t see during the year.

Charlie White-Thomson (Saxo Bank): I’m excited about meeting decision-makers at other online trading and fintech firms, but also learning more about the choppy waters of liquidity pools, which our Institutional FX Sales team will be talking about. And, we’re also nominated for a few awards, so I’ve got my fingers crossed for that.

Wei Qiang Zhang (ATFX UK & ATFX Connect): I am looking forward to meeting all my old friends and making some new ones. Hopefully, we can build more client relationships and also connections on the liquidity side.

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

Iskandar Najjar (Equiti Group): Iskandar Najjar, is the Co-Founder, and CEO of Equiti Group, a global multi-asset brokerage. Equiti Capital, is regulated by the UK’s FCA, and is one of eight regulated subsidiaries within the Equiti Group. Equiti has a wide global presence with offices in key locations across the globe including London, Limassol, Dubai, Amman, Nairobi, Yerevan, and Florida, with 500 professionals and specialists across the globe committed to providing a world-class offering. I’m looking forward to meeting other brokers, technology providers, industry leaders and to understand their outlook on the market.

Charlie White-Thomson (Saxo Bank): I’m the CEO of Saxo UK, and my team and I are looking to take Saxo to the next level. We’ve been around for 30 years – something not many people can say. But, our global footprint in 16 markets allows us to be a truly global player – an online trading platform which can service both retail and institutional clients with our complete technology stack allowing you to access 60,000 instruments with the click of a button.

Wei Qiang Zhang (ATFX UK & ATFX Connect): I am the Managing Director of ATFX UK and ATFX Connect. I joined the company from its inception in 2017 and built the brand together with the team globally.

I am very fortunate to work with experienced, talented, and hardworking colleagues in the last 5 years and will continue to grow the business to one of the top brokers in the market. ATFX has been regarded as one fast growing broker with around $200bn volume monthly now and 14 offices in the world. We have developed our name into an international trustable and reliable brand with multiple products and platforms offering.

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