The Full FX is returning to Scandinavia on Wednesday May 10th
Posted by Michelle Hemstedt. Last updated: May 8, 2023
After the success of last year’s event, The Full FX is returning to Scandinavia for our first event of 2023 on May 10th.
Last year saw the return of sustained volatility in FX markets, as well as the increasing influence of regulation. How have these themes – and others – played out in in the FX market structure? More pertinently, what are the influences and trends in market structure likely to be in 2023/24? From liquidity, through execution and technology, to building more efficient workflow processes and technologies, the FX industry continues to evolve at pace.
Come to The Full FX Scandinavia to meet with your peers, your clients and hear from industry leaders as we drive thought leadership to help the FX industry evolve and succeed.
Thanks to ACI – Financial Markets Association for supporting the event.
9:00 – 10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:00 Panel One – Trading Models, New and Old
Sustained volatility has returned to FX markets, thanks to interest rate differentials and macro events. What has this meant for the trading desks and how have they reacted to the changing conditions?
Pär Hellström, Head of e-FX and FX Options Trading, Swedbank
Tomi Abiodun, e-FX Trader, UBS
10:25 Panel Two – Execution Models, New and Old
Algos have been proven over the past three years, but are some models proving more popular than others? How flexible should a buy side execution policy be?
John Quayle, Head of Client Algo Execution, NatWest Markets
Lorenzo Brusa, e-FICC Sales, JP Morgan
Matt Clarke, Head of Distribution, XTX Markets
11:00 How About This for an Idea?
Andrew Batchelor, Global COO and Head of Product, LCH ForexClear
11:20 Networking and Coffee sponsored by J.P. Morgan
11:50 Panel Three – Relationships in a Quant World
“Data-driven” has become a very common phrase, but what sort of challenges and opportunities does this represent for the client relationship?
Stephen Collins – Executive Director, eFX Sales UBS
Lars Henriksen, Director, FX Trading, Nordea Markets
Stephen Totten, Director of Quantitative Analysis, oneZero
12:20 View from the Top
Carolina Trujillo, Global Head of e-FX Distribution, SEB
12:40 Lunch sponsored by J.P. Morgan
13:40 Panel Four: Talking Data
Data is at the heart of markets, but it grows exponentially, bringing challenges with it – what is the next level of data management, and how easy is it to filter out white noise?
John Stead, Presales & Marketing Director, smartTrade Technologies
James Watson, Global Head of Sales, TraditionData
14:05 Perspectives from the PB World: Dave Reid
14:25 How about this for an idea?
Andrew Coyne, Head of Product, CobaltFX
14:45 Networking and Coffee sponsored by J.P. Morgan
15:05 The Market Structure Challenge – Unravelling the Spaghetti
Connectivity in FX markets was once likened to a bowl of spaghetti, and in 2023 the complexity of the market structure is even more complicated – which represents a challenge to participants. What are the challenges, and how can they be overcome?
Nick Clark – Director, FXPB Sales, NatWest Markets
15:25 Panel Six – The New FX Swaps Market
Automation rates are rising and new models are emerging in FX swaps, but where are we on the evolution curve, where are the bottlenecks, and what will the market structure look like in 2024?
Jeremy Carvell, Head of Liquidity Sales, EMEA, 360T
Stephan von Massenbach, Chief Revenue Officer, Digitec
15:50 Networking and Coffee sponsored by J.P. Morgan
16:15 The Chat Show: For FX Sake!
We close out with a TV-style chat show. Guests talk big ideas, critical themes, favourite stories (in FX and beyond), and, hopefully, audience participation!
John Ashworth, CEO, Caplin Systems
Blair Hawthorne, CEO, Loop FX
Dave Reid, former Global Head, FX Prime Brokerage, Deutsche Bank
17:00 Cocktail Reception Sponsored by LSEG
Admission is free to banks and buy side institutions ONLY. Please note that if you do not meet these criteria you will be asked for payment. The fee for non-sponsoring vendor companies is USD1850/AUD 2660* per delegate.