Moscow, 25 October 2017, in St. Regis hotel, BCS Global Markets with support of the Derex agency held the second annual conference BCS Algo-2017 dedicated to opening of access to the new Eurex market, algorithmic trading regulation and a hot current topic – cryptocurrency & blockchain
Tim Bevan, CEO of BCS Global Markets London and director of Primebrokerage, opened the conference. The conference was held in two sessions. In the first part, new opportunities for implementation of algorithmic and HFT strategies at Eurex Exchange was presented by Tobias Ehinger, Vice President of Eurex. Andrey Medvedev, head of Risks & Liquidity Control Department, and Sergey Kryuchkov, Chief Compliance Officer & Corporate Governance of the Moscow branch of BCS Prime Brokerage Limited, spoke on behalf of BCS Global Markets about the impact of MiFiD II and the evolution of pre-trade risk and impact on capital efficiency. Georgy Zarya, a special guest of the conference, spoke on search of new markets and trading opportunities.
The second part of the BCS Algo-2017 conference was dedicated to the cryptocurrencies market review.
Comments Tim Bevan, Head of Prime Brokerage Division and со-CEO Prime Brokerage:
BCS Algo-2017 was an ideal forum for experts and leading players in algo/HFT in Russia to discuss the latest opportunities and issues impacting the industry . Electronic trading has been and remains one of the priority areas for our company, and we are glad that we were able to bring together professionals from across the industry.
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