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FIA Forum: Brussels 2019

Keeping Europe open for business: safeguarding global market access
20 November 2019 1:30pm to 5:30pm CET
Freshfields, Bastion Tower, Place du Champ de Mars/ Marsveldplein 5, B-1050 Brussels

As the new European Parliament session begins its five-year term, experts will discuss some of the core regulatory issues facing the listed and cleared derivatives industry, including cross-border access to clearing and trading venues, the review of MiFID II and CCP Recovery and Resolution.

This event will provide an important insight into the impact of regulatory developments on the listed and cleared derivatives industry and is ideal for policy makers, members of the European Parliament, regulators involved in the legislation and oversight of the derivatives markets, as well as business heads, government affairs executives and others involved in the trading and processing of exchange traded derivatives.


event 20 November 2019

schedule 13:30 - 17:30  Event // 17:30 - 19:30  Networking Drinks

place Freshfields // Bastion Tower // Place du Champ de Mars // Marsveldplein 5 // B-1050 Brussels
local_atm Complimentary Event

For press registration, please contact Steve Adamske. Press registration is only available for working journalists.



13.45 – 14.15    Registration & Networking

14.15 – 14.30    Welcome Remarks

  • Jacqueline Mesa, Chief Operating Officer & Senior Vice President of Global Policy, FIA

14.30 – 15.30    Reviewing MiFID II

Two years on, find out what have been the key issues for the derivatives industry in implementing MiFID II and MiFIR. This panel of regulators and industry representatives will assess the issues that regulators and industry are more concerned about getting right in the upcoming review process.

  • Corinna Schempp, Vice President of European Policy and Regulation, FIA

  • Patrice Aguesse, Head of Market and Post-Market Regulation Policy, AMF

  • Julia Kolbe, Director, Deutsche Bank AG, Filiale London

  • Tilman Lueder, Head of Unit – DG FISMA, Securities Markets, European Commission

  • Vassiliki Veliou, Head of Market Structure & Regulation, Eurex Derivatives Markets Trading, Deutsche Börse Group

15.30 – 16.30    The Future of Cross-Border Regulation 

The UK’s departure from Europe is changing the nature of cross-border market supervision with strains developing between the EU and third countries. Speakers will share their views on the future of the equivalence approach and the potential impact of market fragmentation on global markets.

  • Bruce Savage, Head of Europe, FIA
  • Maja Augustyn, Senior Advisor, BNP Paribas Securities Services

  • Robbert Booij, Chief Executive Officer, Europe, ABN AMRO Clearing Bank N.V

  • Teo Floor, Systemic Risk Policy Advisor, Clearing Strategy and Initiatives, Eurex Clearing, Deutsche Börse Group

  • Julien Jardelot, Co-Head of Government Relations & Regulatory Strategy, Europe, Head of Post Trade & Technology, London Stock Exchange Group

  • Petr Wagner, Deputy Head of Unit, International Affairs, DG FISMA, European Commission

16.30 – 17.10    CCP Recovery & Resolution - where are we now? 

Learn about the current status of the EU’s CCP recovery and resolution agenda with FIA’s Jackie Mesa in conversation with Patrick Pearson from the European Commission.

  • Patrick Pearson, Head of Unit, Financial Markets Infrastructure - DG FISMA, European Commission

17.10 – 17.20    Closing Remarks
  • Bruce Savage, Head of Europe, FIA

17.20 – 19.30    Networking Drinks





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