QED Lunch debate - EU-US financial regulation dialogue

14 May 2013, 12:30 - 15:00

Stanhope Hotel, Rue de Commerce 9, 1000 Brussels



   

The EU and US response to the financial crisis have common objectives and are largely based on the same standards and principles. But details in the legislations and, in particular, those set out in the implementing measures run the risk of causing legal uncertainty, duplicative regulatory costs and compliance complexity. How can we turn the tide? How can the EU-US dialogue be revived?

 

Speaker line-up

Moderator: David Wright Secretary-General, IOSCO - International Organization of Securities Commissions

Sharon Bowles MEP, Chair ECON Committee, European Parliament

Martin Merlin Head of Unit 02 - Financial Services Policy, Relations with the Council, DG MARKT, European Commission

Anthony Belchambers Chief Executive, FOA - Futures and Options Association Representative from US Securities and Exchange Commission

Andrew Douglas Head of European Government Relations, DTCC

Dr Robert Fisher Acting Director, Office of International Affairs, SEC - US Securities and Exchange Commission

William Knottenbelt Managing Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), CME Group

Paul Swann President and Managing Director, ICE Clear Europe

 

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