The calendar continues to move towards November, and with it, London Summit 2019. The event promises to attract the industry’s biggest names, many of whom are comprising a growing slate of in-depth panels and workshops.
Conor Daly, the EMEA Head of eFX Sales at Goldman Sachs is the latest specialist to join a distinguished group of speakers at the summit.
Held at the Old Billingsgate on November 12-13, the event looks to offer something for all attendees. Upwards of 3,000 attendees are expected this year, derived from leading retail FX brokers, fintech startups, investment banks, and service providers.
Beyond Liquidity: The Good, the Bad & The Must-Know
Join Conor Daly and other panelists for a discussion into the FX liquidity market that reflects a landscape that never stops changing.
Mr. Daly is responsible for the distribution of electronically-delivered FX cash and options liquidity and associated analytical products for institutional and corporate clients across EMEA. His role makes him uniquely positioned to address the FX liquidity market.
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At London Summit 2019, this in-depth panel will discuss everything from ‘the good and the bad’ news to significant progress areas as well as pressing issues in the FX markets and the outlook for liquidity consumers.
Additional emphasis will also touch on several ‘must-know’ topics which are crucial in what the future will bring. Attendees can also expect to focus on the march of new analytical tools.
This includes the latest developments and how can consumers use them as well as what are the implications for platforms and LPs.
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Moreover, panelists will delve into the ramifications of FX Liquidity fragmentation. Attendees will touch on the extent by which larger banks control the market. Particular detail will be paid to regulation and technology and what precisely are the headlines in the FX liquidity space.
Finally, the session will conclude with 2020 predictions, including where we are heading and the impact on smaller players. This is one panel you do not want to miss.
Details on London Summit 2019’s workshops and panels will be updated daily so feel free to check back for more details in the coming weeks.