Jefferson Young to host EU Regulation Exocet Conference
The event will be held on Thursday 20th March 2014, at the Kemp Little’s office in the City of London, and includes speakers from The EU Commission, the Financial Times, TABB Group and Kemp Little.
A key section of the day’s itinerary will be presentations from key note speakers, who will provide their analysis and insight into financial regulatory change and its effects on the business economy. In addition, the speakers will discuss how businesses can take advantage of these inevitable and fundamental changes. Guest speakers already confirmed for the event include:
Dr. David P Doyle - EU Policy Advisor - Financial Markets
Philip Stafford - Editor of FT Trading Room
Bob Fuller - CAO, Fixnetix
Richard Kemp - Senior Partner, Kemp Little
Rebecca Healey - Senior Analyst at TABB Group
The keynote speakers will also participate in a panel Q&A session, which will provide guests with the opportunity to ask questions and voice opinions arising from the day’s presentations.
Matt Argent, Managing Director of Jefferson Young commented: “The EU Regulation Exocet Conference is now in its fourth year and we are proud to be playing a major role in the organisation, sponsoring and hosting the event once again. This event has consistently built on the success of the previous year’s, so we are looking towards this year’s being even better than the highly informative and well received conference of 2013. We have a line-up of very well informed and highly respected speakers whom I am confident will leave attendees with plenty to take away from the conference.”
The EU Regulation Exocet is a not for profit group which comprises of five organisations, formed to pursue the common goal of educating the City of London's Financial Services organisations on the current status of proposed and agreed EU Regulations Jefferson Young are a founding member of the Exocet. The conference in March is the fifth annual event to be hosted by the EU Regulation Exocet, which serves as an opportunity to bring senior Financial Services professionals together to review the latest developments within financial regulatory change and their impact on the market.