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FIA advocates for open, transparent and competitive markets around the world. Our global advocacy team  works with regulators, policymakers, and the industry on the development and implementation of legislation and regulation through publications and filings.

FIA Responds to Hong Kong SFC risk management consultation for futures brokers
January 19, 2023 CONTINUE READING
FIA urges SEC to exempt FCMs from expanded US Treasuries clearing proposal
January 6, 2023 CONTINUE READING
FIA responds to Hong Kong SFC consultation on Position Limit Regime changes
December 22, 2022 CONTINUE READING
FIA responds to Eurex consultation on the implementation of the second skin in the game
December 20, 2022 CONTINUE READING

Publications & Filings

  • 2022 Annual ETD Volume Review

    Trading volume in the global exchange-traded derivatives is on track to another record for the fourth year in a row. Join us for a discussion on trends in trading activity in the global futures and options markets. Our guest speaker will be Mike du Plessis, Global Head of Listed Derivatives at Liquidnet, a part of the TP ICAP Group. Using a full year of data from more than 80 exchanges, we will look at key trends such as the impact of the Libor transition on interest rate futures, shifts in intraday trading behavior, and the impact of the Ukraine war on energy markets.

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  • FIA announces 2023 Hall of Fame honorees

    FIA has announced the induction of 12 new members to the FIA Hall of Fame. The new members will be honored at an awards ceremony during FIA’s annual International Futures Industry Conference in Boca Raton, Fla.

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  • FIA comments on ION Group cyber incident

    FIA is aware of network issues caused by a cyber incident on certain ION Group systems which are impacting the trading and clearing of exchange traded derivatives by ION customers across global markets.

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  • Nick Carew Hunt

    Nick Carew Hunt was an integral part of London's futures community and the growth of the derivatives industry in both the U.K. and Europe. The long-time Market Secretary of the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE), Nick led the trading venue through numerous phases of growth and innovation including the Royal Exchange floor creation and the move to electronic futures trading.

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  • Elizabeth Sam

    Elizabeth Sam was a trailblazer in Singapore’s rise as a global financial center. In an illustrious career spanning four decades, Sam made a mark with her unique flair and poise in what was a male-dominated international financial industry.

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  • Caroline Silver

    Caroline Silver has carved a niche as the go-to person for any huge, transformative deals involving stock exchanges. Over her time in banking, she has advised on Intercontinental Exchange’s $8.2bn acquisition of NYSE Euronext in 2013 and Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing’s $2.1bn takeover of the London Metal Exchange a year earlier. 

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