Learn about regulatory developments, industry trends, market conduct issues and more through our webinars.
Past Webinar Resources
FIA L&C webinar: How US firms can navigate the EU regulatory agenda on ESG
The pace of legislative and regulatory change on sustainability both inside and outside the EU continues to accelerate, with global firms including those operating in the US finding themselves navigating increasingly disparate regimes.CONTINUE READING
Q2 2021 trends in futures and options trading
This webinar covers broad trends in volume and open interest and takes a deep dive into four areas - equity index and interest rate trading in Europe, the growth of ESG futures, emerging opportunities in Brazil and the Asia-Pacific region, and a comparison of agricultural futures trading in China and the US.CONTINUE READING
Technological revolution for clearing derivatives?
As the global volume of exchange-traded derivatives continues to rise, entities have been preparing for post-pandemic work environments. Be it in-person, remote or a hybrid of the two, these challenges place a burden on operational capacity with the potential to interrupt processes.CONTINUE READING
Enhancing the clearing ecosystem: post trade processing and clearing
FIA Operations presents a panel on Post Trade Processing and Clearing. In this webinar, our panelists guide us through a discussion exploring the lifecycle of a trade, including the operational nuances of Give-up, Average Pricing, and Allocation processes, as we look to enhance our clearing ecosystem for 2021 and beyond.CONTINUE READING
NFTs: Key considerations for an emerging asset class
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have received considerable press attention lately, as retail and institutional interest has boomed for digital art, commemorative items, and other assets that reside in blockchain ecosystems.CONTINUE READING
UK/EU – Rebuilding a relationship
The Brexit divorce was a long-drawn-out process which laid bare tensions over how best to oversee derivatives markets and enable continued cross border market access. The MoU between the UK and the EU is now complete but mutual equivalence appears a long way off.CONTINUE READING