The biggest event of the fall is right around the corner, with Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS)’s doors set to open on November 21-23 at Old Billingsgate. Ahead of the event, FMLS22 dives into individual panels of note, including an exploration of the online trading industry from some of its biggest players.

The session is just one of many set to fill up two full days of panels, workshops, debates, and much more. Now in its tenth year, FMLS’ content track will cover four distinct verticals, including the 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 (15:50) Centre Stage – Online Trading - A Futurist Look

In this forward thinking panel, we go beyond the next version upload, to envision a brave new world. Join experts as they chart the landscape of finance and fintech five and ten years on, considering the most significant changes in their respective fields.

Gerald Perez – CEO, UK – Interactive Brokers

John Murillo – Chief Dealing Officer – B2Broker

Alessandro Capuano – Head of Europe, Capital.com

Brendan Callan – CEO, FXCM

Avner Ziv – CEO – Zotapay

Dan Boneham – Head of Product – IG

How do key industry participants see the future of their field? Which jobs will be made redundant by technology, and which will emerge? Can “trustless” blockchain make prime brokerage unnecessary? What are the next revolutions in payments, and can regulators keep up? Find out the answers to these questions and more during the panel session.

<h2< b="">You will be speaking on the Online Trading - A Futurist Look panel, what do you think will be the highlight of the discussion and why should the audience attend it?</h2<>

Gerald Perez (Interactive Brokers): One of the key highlights of the discussion will be how Artificial Intelligence and related technologies are changing the landscape of the online trading environment.

Avner Ziv (Zotapay): Access to emerging markets, such as SEE, China and Africa can transform digital businesses - young, digitally savvy and mobile-connected audiences that want access to global digital services and e-commerce. We would like to expose the audience to how the world of alternative payment systems can allow merchants to grow their businesses globally and capitalise on their brands in new markets.

Brendan Callan (FXCM): The ‘Online Trading, A Futurist Look’ panel has a strong line up of experts and will take place during an interesting time in the world of online trading. Financial markets have experienced extreme volatility in recent months.

For example, in FX, the dollar surged to 20-year highs while the pound and euro slumped to 50- and 20-year lows respectively. This, combined with volatility across other asset classes such as stocks and commodities, has created opportunities for all types of traders, driving an online trading boom.

Other interesting online trading trends include changing hedging and risk management approaches, rising popularity of prime of prime offerings, growing importance of market data, the increasing use of algos and the debate around 24/7 trading. There really is plenty of ground to cover and it is sure to be a fascinating debate!

Alessandro Capuano (Capital.com): This will be a great opportunity to hear insights from industry leaders in their field. The global brokerage space is fast evolving and online trading is at the forefront of this change—equally important will be discussions around what online trading will look like in the future, the trajectory it will take, and which products and regions will prove popular.

What are you looking forward to the most at FMLS?

Gerald Perez (Interactive Brokers): I am looking forward to the speaker sessions, where I’ll have the opportunity to learn from the world’s leading experts about online trading, innovation, and more.

Avner Ziv (Zotapay): FMLS is one of the most important events on our calendar as it allows us to hear from technology and industry leaders on their vision and strategy over the span of a short few days.

Brendan Callan (FXCM): There is something special about in-person events where people gather together, share ideas, and help drive the industry forward. It’s a chance for us to catch up old friends and new clients and have conversations and debates about where the industry will go next.

The Finance Magnates London Summit 2022 will serve as a catalyst for collaboration and idea-sharing as we recap on the learnings of 2022 and cast our eyes to the future.

Alessandro Capuano (Capital.com): For me, this is a great opportunity to meet professionals working in the industry and to share ideas and find new opportunities to work together.

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

Gerald Perez (Interactive Brokers): I am the Chief Executive of Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited which is a low cost provider of innovative technology to execute and provide clearing and custody services for retail and institutional clients. We are open to network with other companies that share our commitment to technology and innovation.

Avner Ziv (Zotapay): Zotapay is a global payments marketplace for enterprise and medium-sized merchants with global payment demands. We connect leading enterprises and government institutions to reliable payment solutions in over sixty different markets with focus on fast and secure alternative payment methods.

We provide merchants with global financial treasury services and secure technology to provide them access to 6 billion potential clients on the planet.

Brendan Callan (FXCM): FXCM Pro is the institutional brokerage and trading services arm of FXCM Group, a Jefferies Company. With more than twenty years’ experience in wholesale execution, liquidity solutions and prime of prime, we offer precisely tailored solutions that deliver real impact for many types of institutions.

Our “Client First, Trader Driven” mantra is more than just a tagline. We’re committed to upgrading our clients’ trading experience, P/L maximisation and risk management. We are continuously innovating and our new CFD Prime service is testament to our desire to cater for the unmet needs of market participants. It brings the netting, rollover fee, and margin benefits enjoyed in the FX market to those trading CFD products, something never-before-seen in the trading ecosystem.

We also work closely with a range of leading technology partners, such as Gold-I, MaxxTrader, OneZero and Prime XM to offer market-leading connectivity, latency, liquidity and execution reporting.

We look forward to networking with small to middle sized non-banking financial institutions with a prime of prime need as well as neo brokers, hedge funds and emerging market banks that are looking for customised trading solutions, a superior execution experience and better access to liquidity.

Alessandro Capuano (Capital.com): Launched in 2016, Capital.com has quickly evolved to become one of Europe’s fastest growing investment trading platforms. With a commitment to learning and transparent pricing, we pride ourselves on being a tech-first platform that helps traders and investors hone their understanding of financial markets to better master their craft.

We would be keen to meet up with like-minded partners with a passion for technology and a commitment to outstanding user experience and customer centricity.

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

The biggest event of the fall is right around the corner, with Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS)’s doors set to open on November 21-23 at Old Billingsgate. Ahead of the event, FMLS22 dives into individual panels of note, including an exploration of the online trading industry from some of its biggest players.

The session is just one of many set to fill up two full days of panels, workshops, debates, and much more. Now in its tenth year, FMLS’ content track will cover four distinct verticals, including the 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 (15:50) Centre Stage – Online Trading - A Futurist Look

In this forward thinking panel, we go beyond the next version upload, to envision a brave new world. Join experts as they chart the landscape of finance and fintech five and ten years on, considering the most significant changes in their respective fields.

Gerald Perez – CEO, UK – Interactive Brokers

John Murillo – Chief Dealing Officer – B2Broker

Alessandro Capuano – Head of Europe, Capital.com

Brendan Callan – CEO, FXCM

Avner Ziv – CEO – Zotapay

Dan Boneham – Head of Product – IG

How do key industry participants see the future of their field? Which jobs will be made redundant by technology, and which will emerge? Can “trustless” blockchain make prime brokerage unnecessary? What are the next revolutions in payments, and can regulators keep up? Find out the answers to these questions and more during the panel session.

<h2< b="">You will be speaking on the Online Trading - A Futurist Look panel, what do you think will be the highlight of the discussion and why should the audience attend it?</h2<>

Gerald Perez (Interactive Brokers): One of the key highlights of the discussion will be how Artificial Intelligence and related technologies are changing the landscape of the online trading environment.

Avner Ziv (Zotapay): Access to emerging markets, such as SEE, China and Africa can transform digital businesses - young, digitally savvy and mobile-connected audiences that want access to global digital services and e-commerce. We would like to expose the audience to how the world of alternative payment systems can allow merchants to grow their businesses globally and capitalise on their brands in new markets.

Brendan Callan (FXCM): The ‘Online Trading, A Futurist Look’ panel has a strong line up of experts and will take place during an interesting time in the world of online trading. Financial markets have experienced extreme volatility in recent months.

For example, in FX, the dollar surged to 20-year highs while the pound and euro slumped to 50- and 20-year lows respectively. This, combined with volatility across other asset classes such as stocks and commodities, has created opportunities for all types of traders, driving an online trading boom.

Other interesting online trading trends include changing hedging and risk management approaches, rising popularity of prime of prime offerings, growing importance of market data, the increasing use of algos and the debate around 24/7 trading. There really is plenty of ground to cover and it is sure to be a fascinating debate!

Alessandro Capuano (Capital.com): This will be a great opportunity to hear insights from industry leaders in their field. The global brokerage space is fast evolving and online trading is at the forefront of this change—equally important will be discussions around what online trading will look like in the future, the trajectory it will take, and which products and regions will prove popular.

What are you looking forward to the most at FMLS?

Gerald Perez (Interactive Brokers): I am looking forward to the speaker sessions, where I’ll have the opportunity to learn from the world’s leading experts about online trading, innovation, and more.

Avner Ziv (Zotapay): FMLS is one of the most important events on our calendar as it allows us to hear from technology and industry leaders on their vision and strategy over the span of a short few days.

Brendan Callan (FXCM): There is something special about in-person events where people gather together, share ideas, and help drive the industry forward. It’s a chance for us to catch up old friends and new clients and have conversations and debates about where the industry will go next.

The Finance Magnates London Summit 2022 will serve as a catalyst for collaboration and idea-sharing as we recap on the learnings of 2022 and cast our eyes to the future.

Alessandro Capuano (Capital.com): For me, this is a great opportunity to meet professionals working in the industry and to share ideas and find new opportunities to work together.

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

Gerald Perez (Interactive Brokers): I am the Chief Executive of Interactive Brokers (U.K.) Limited which is a low cost provider of innovative technology to execute and provide clearing and custody services for retail and institutional clients. We are open to network with other companies that share our commitment to technology and innovation.

Avner Ziv (Zotapay): Zotapay is a global payments marketplace for enterprise and medium-sized merchants with global payment demands. We connect leading enterprises and government institutions to reliable payment solutions in over sixty different markets with focus on fast and secure alternative payment methods.

We provide merchants with global financial treasury services and secure technology to provide them access to 6 billion potential clients on the planet.

Brendan Callan (FXCM): FXCM Pro is the institutional brokerage and trading services arm of FXCM Group, a Jefferies Company. With more than twenty years’ experience in wholesale execution, liquidity solutions and prime of prime, we offer precisely tailored solutions that deliver real impact for many types of institutions.

Our “Client First, Trader Driven” mantra is more than just a tagline. We’re committed to upgrading our clients’ trading experience, P/L maximisation and risk management. We are continuously innovating and our new CFD Prime service is testament to our desire to cater for the unmet needs of market participants. It brings the netting, rollover fee, and margin benefits enjoyed in the FX market to those trading CFD products, something never-before-seen in the trading ecosystem.

We also work closely with a range of leading technology partners, such as Gold-I, MaxxTrader, OneZero and Prime XM to offer market-leading connectivity, latency, liquidity and execution reporting.

We look forward to networking with small to middle sized non-banking financial institutions with a prime of prime need as well as neo brokers, hedge funds and emerging market banks that are looking for customised trading solutions, a superior execution experience and better access to liquidity.

Alessandro Capuano (Capital.com): Launched in 2016, Capital.com has quickly evolved to become one of Europe’s fastest growing investment trading platforms. With a commitment to learning and transparent pricing, we pride ourselves on being a tech-first platform that helps traders and investors hone their understanding of financial markets to better master their craft.

We would be keen to meet up with like-minded partners with a passion for technology and a commitment to outstanding user experience and customer centricity.

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