Financial Markets Conference
40 Years Of Experience With NMS: Who Are The Winners And What Have We Learned?
The 1975 Congressional Securities Acts Amendments, by calling for the institution of a National Market System, jump started far reaching change in the equity markets. The ensuing years have brought a succession of further regulatory initiatives, substantial technology development, major alterations in the competitive environment and never ending debate and research on the part of regulators, industry participants, and academics. The debate will continue in this conference. The overriding question is, after 40 years of experience with NMS, who are the winners and what have we learned?
Registration fee of $495 (US) per attendee must be received by October 11, 2015. After this date, registration will be $595 (US). Please print the registration_form and fax to Darya Vronska at 646-312-3530 or email Darya.Vronska@baruch.cuny.edu. Call 646-312-3512 or email Darya.Vronska@baruch.cuny.edu with any questions.
|8:15||Reception and Coffee|
Greetings: H.Fenwick Huss, Dean, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, CUNY
Opening Address: Thomas Gira, Executive VP of Market Regulation, FINRA
Panel: Technology challenge to regulators
Moderator: Larry Tabb, CEO, TABB Group
Luncheon Address: Nandini Sukumar, CEO, World Federation of Exchanges
Panel: Has NMS-Induced Competition Delivered?
Moderator: Tim Mahoney, CEO, BIDS
Panel: Fair & Level Playing Fields: A good Regulatory Goal?
Moderator: Amber Anand, Professor, Syracuse University
Panel:What Have we learned?
Moderator: Bob Pisani, CNBC
Panel: The Buyside Responds
Moderator: Pete Jenkins, PDQ ATS Inc.