March 1, 2016 // New York Law School Auditorium // New York, NY
Can you tell the difference between a future, a swap, an option, and a security? Do you know why companies use these financial instruments? Do you understand the legal and regulatory environment governing these markets? FIA’s Law and Compliance Division presents Futures 101, a half-day interactive program that gives you a clear grounding in this area of finance.
Explore fundamental concepts and regulations relating to U.S. futures markets with reference to other these other financial instruments. Topics will include market participants and regulators, market structure, clearing, transaction documentation as well as key rules and regulations. After the program wraps up, join the speakers and L&C Division members for a networking happy hour. Learn more about the program, and register today!
NY CLE is pending.
Advance registration has closed. If you are still interested in attending Futures 101, on site registration is available.
$50 for FIA Members
$50 for Regulators
$75 for Non-Members
Ronald H. Filler
New York Law School
Professor of Law and Director of Financial Services Law Institute
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Vice President & Assistant General Counsel
Vice President & Associate General Counsel
Managing Director, Chief Regulatory Officer
Managing Director and Associate General Counsel
Foley & Lardner LLP
1:30 p.m. Registration opens
2:00 p.m. Futures 101 begins
4:45 p.m. Futures 101 wraps up
5:00 pm. Networking Happy Hour at Distilled
New York Law School Auditorium
185 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013
NYLS is located in Tribeca/Lower Manhattan one block south of the Franklin Street subway station on Line 1 and four blocks north of the Chambers Street subway station on Lines 2 and 3.
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