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In light of the various regulatory issues around the proposed European Market Infrastructure Regulations, Mifid II and UCITS IV in Europe, and the Dodd Frank Act in the US, buy- and sell-side firms will need to tailor their operational procedures and technology infrastructure in order to comply with these new rules.

* How are these developments likely to affect market participants from an operational and technology perspective?
* Regulators may be able to shift their focus overnight, but putting processes in place to implement to regulatory requirements has never been deemed a typical quick-fix, so are regulators operating with realistic timeframes?
* How will the introduction of central clearing counterparties (CCPs) along the lines of the EU's draft regulation on OTC Derivatives, Central Counterparties and Trade Repositories, impact the trading of such instruments?

* Simon Hazlitt, Information Director, MAJEDIE ASSET MANAGEMENT
* Damien Islam-Frenoy, Market Development Manager, Capital Markets, MICROSOFT
* Victor Anderson, Editor-in-Chief, WATERS TECHNOLOGY MAGAZINE (Moderator)

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