Chicago partner James G. Lundy and fellow panelists discussed “Automated Trading: Now and Later” at the Futures Industry Association’s (FIA) 39th Annual Law & Compliance Conference on May 4, 2017. The panel was moderated by FIA’s General Counsel and other panelists included an Associate Director from the CFTC’s Division of Market Oversight and an Executive Director with CME Group’s Global Investigations.
The panel examined some of the most pressing issues for those navigating the world of automated trading, including:
- The likely direction of the CFTC’s proposed Regulation AT;
- The obligations of market participants concerning automated trading;
- How global regulators have approached the challenges posed by faster moving markets and automated tools; and
- How global regulators have approached regulating direct electronic access and automated trading.
The FIA Law & Compliance Conference delivers sessions from leading professionals on a diverse range of futures and derivatives regulatory developments and their practical implications.
To learn more, please visit the FIA L&C 2017 website.