The Full FX Scandinavia 2022
Posted by toast. Last updated: May 10, 2022
Join us in Stockholm on May 12th for The Full FX Scandinavia 2022!
Click here to register . FREE to banks and buyside institutions*
With geopolitical tensions and monetary policy uncertainty prompting increased volatility in FX markets, something that represents a challenge and an opportunity for participants, there is much to discuss around the evolving market structure.
- Are algos working, or do they need finessing?
- What impact is regulation going to have on liquidity conditions?
- How will technology adapt to meet these challenges and opportunities?
- Where do digital assets fit?
There is a lot of uncertainty in the world; come to The Full FX Scandinavia to meet with your peers, hear from industry leaders, and drive the thought leadership that will help the industry adapt and succeed.
10:00 Session One – Outlook
Two sessions looking at the same issue from different perspectives or…Looking from the same perspective at different issues! This time, traders and strategists talk fiat and digital
A Different Macro Outlook
The geopolitical and macroeconomic outlooks are uncertain as they have been in years; what does this mean for markets and where are the opportunities?
Johan Javeus, Chief Strategist, SEB
Lars Sparesso Lykke Merklin, Senior Strategist, Danske Bank
10:45 How about this for an idea?
Let’s change the FX Swaps Market
Stephan von Massenbach, Managing Director & CRO, DIGITEC
11:00 Networking and Coffee sponsored by J.P.Morgan
11:30 Session Two – Structurally Speaking
Some blue sky thinking about the FX market structure as currencies remember they can move (Scandis knew that all along!), followed by a look at a growing theme in FX markets – what makes a good algo?
Part One: FX Market Structure in a More Volatile Regime
What are liquidity conditions like in markets? If volatility is sustained are we likely to see bottlenecks emerge in the structure?
Geoff Jones, Director, Spot Venues, LSEG
Fredrik Lockne, Head of FX Options, NDF and Spot Trading, SEB
Part Two: Changing the FX Automation Game
Algos have proven their worth in volatile markets, but is that enough? Where else does the industry need to raise automation levels? What types of processes are clients demanding and in need of?
James Prasad, Head of FX Business Development and Transformation, SEB
Tan Phull, Head eFX Execution Services, Bank of America
13:30 Session Three: Talking Tech
Market structures are always challenged by regulation – and technology is increasingly the only answer. These sessions look at two different aspects – how to cope with regulation, and how to leverage – or ignore – technology from the digital assets world. They are topped off with a one-off presentation by a start-up firm in financial markets who want to talk about their idea…
Part One: How About This for an Idea?
Let’s change the benchmark Fix
Jamie Walton, Co-Founder, Raidne
Part Two : Next Generation FX Algos
Are we still over-dependent on TWAP-style programme algos when what is needed is something more sophisticated? What type of algo suite of products works best, especially in Scandi markets?
Alexander Nowak, Continental Head of e-FICC Sales, J. P. Morgan
Pär Hellström Head of e-FX and Options Trading, Swedbank
Part Three : The Opportunities of Digital Assets
Can, or should, existing providers in the TradFi space adapt and offer services to those of their clients who are looking to get into digital assets? What is needed to provide a service sufficient enough that serious institutional money says, “OK, we’re in”?
Henry Durrant, Head of Business Development, Reactive Markets
Campbell Adams, Founder, Pure Digital Markets
14:45 Networking and Coffee sponsored by J.P. Morgan
15:15 Session Four: Looking Ahead
The closing sessions are all about looking up…and looking ahead…
Part One: View from the Top
We sit down with the head of a business for a quick Q&A…
John Ashworth, CEO, Caplin
Part Two: Ask the CEO
… and then open them up to questions, from both the floor and The Full FX audience. No preview, no preparation!
John Ashworth, CEO, Caplin
16:00 The Round Table: Next Generation Technology
Thought leadership in action as a panel of experts gather for a good old-fashioned brainstorm about how the market structure will play out over the next few years, what tech will be needed and, rather than ask what clients will be demanding, we will ask, “what do you think they should be demanding?”
Stuart Brock, Head of Institutional Sales, oneZero Financial Systems
David Faulkner, Managing Director, Fluent Trade Technologies
Finn Jakobsen, Sales Director FX EMEA, KX
17:00 Close and Networking Reception
Thank you to our sponsors:
Lead Sponsor: SEB
* 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 USD1995/AUD 2660 per delegate.
If you are in any doubt as to whether you meet the criteria for free admission, please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.