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AFME 5th Annual European Market Liquidity Conference

Event : AFME 5th Annual European Market Liquidity Conference

Wed, 03/02/2010  
Conducted by : AFME
Contact : Michala Kocúrová

AFME annual Market Liquidity Conference remains the only event in the trading calendar designed for the industry by the industry, with separate fixed income and equities streams. The 2009 conference attracted over 400 delegates from both buy-side and sell side firms and our 2010 event is already booking up fast!

In one, fully-packed day you will gain high-level, up-to-date information from key regulators, policy makers, market practitioners and buyside players, equipping you with the tools you need to succeed in 2010 and beyond

Buyside Advisory Group Members AFME Market Liquidity 2010:
Alliance Bernstein ◊ Aegon Asset Management ◊ Aviva Investors ◊ Axa Investment Management ◊ Baring Asset Management ◊ Barclays Global Investors ◊ Close Investment ◊ Foreign & Colonial Management ◊ Fidelity International ◊ Gartmore ◊ Goldman Sachs Asset Management ◊ Henderson Global Investors ◊ Ignis Asset Management ◊ Invesco Asset Management◊ Legal & General ◊ Prima Asset Management ◊ Morgan Stanley Investment Management ◊ Newton Investment Management ◊ Norges Bank Investment Management ◊ Pictet Asset Management ◊ Schroders ◊ State Street Global Advisors ◊ UBS Asset Management

The 2010 programme is available now on the event website. Key topics to be discussed at this year’s conference will include:

- Liquidity provision & market structures
- Regulation of dark pools and crossing networks
- OTC markets and regulated price transparency
- Naked vs sponsored access to Exchanges
- CCPs, Trading and Derivatives
- Data quality, consolidated tape, and TCA

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