Day three

IOMA IOCA Annual Conference 
New York, 18-21 April 2010

  

 
 
 

Wednesday 21 April - Day 3

09:00-09:15
Welcome remarks
 
  • Robert Greifeld, CEO, NASDAQ OMX Group
09:45-10:45
Financial Services Reform
 
Industry leaders, together with regulators, will discuss the significance of potential regulation from an international angle.
  • Chair: William J. Brodsky, WFE Chairman
  • Theodore Lubke, Senior Vice President, Bank Supervision Group, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
  • Maria Velentza, Head of Unit G3 (Securities Markets) - DG Internal Market & Services, European Commission
  • Richard Ketchum, Chairman and CEO, FINRA
  • Elizabeth K. King, Associate Director, Division of Trading & Markets, US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
11:15-12:15
Competing client constituencies
 
With many different types of firms interacting in the markets, what are the expectations and needs of exchanges if the OTC exchange environments were to be rebalanced.
  • Chair: John J. Lothian, President & CEO, John J. Lothian Company
  • Todd Hohman, Managing Director, Quant Vol Trading, Goldman Sachs
  • Mike Curcio, Executive Vice President, President, E*TRADE Securities
  • Martin Mannion, Chief Operating Officer, Citadel Execution Services
12:15-13:15
How exchanges and clearers have operated through the crisis
 
A review of how the regulatory, legal and rule structures of exchanges enabled them to stay open since mid-2007, unlike virtually any other market segment.
  • Chair:  Steven Sears, Senior Editor, Barron’s
  • Eric Noll, Executive Vice President, Transaction Services, NASDAQ OMX
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Conference ends