When:
October 19, 2017 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
2017-10-19T12:30:00+00:00
2017-10-19T13:30:00+00:00
Where:
Chartered Accountants House
47 Pearse St
Dublin
Ireland
Cost:
35
Contact:
Caroline Hollick-Ward
017790200

The ACOI Prudential Regulation & Governance Working Group are delighted to announce this seminar, the third in a series of seminars assisting members in dealing with the challenges of MiFID II implementation. From 3rd of January 2018, MIFID II and MIFIR will apply within Member states.

This seminar will consider:

the new transaction reporting requirements introduced by MiFIR, which increases the scope of regulatory requirements on reporting entities. The requirements are complex. Updated processes, systems, procedures and governance arrangements are essential for the effective transition to the new obligations; and

the key aspects of the revised transparency regime under MiFID II. Areas covered will include pre-and post trade transparency, dark trading, waivers and the volume cap mechanism.
A Q&A session will follow the presentation giving attendees an opportunity to discuss the topics covered.

Title: MiFID II – Transaction Reporting and Transparency
Date: Thursday, 19th October 2017
Speaker: Simon Sloan, Head of Function, Asset Management Supervision, Central Bank of Ireland
Anne Marie Pidgeon, Securities and Markets Supervision, Central Bank of Ireland
Lorcan Byrne, Asset Management Supervision, Central Bank of Ireland
Venue: Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2
Time: 12.30 pm – 1.30 pm (Registration from 12.00 noon)
CPD: 1 Hr Indicative
Fee: €35.00 (Member); €50.00 (Non-Member)

 
Topics discussed in this seminar will include:

    • Whilst MiFIR introduces significant changes firms must be in a position to meet the new requirements come 3 January 2018.
    • Transaction reporting is fundamental to maintaining the integrity of securities markets including the detection of market abuse. Timely, accurate and complete data is essential for effective market monitoring.
    • Why and how MiFID II will bring about a strengthening of the transparency regime.

Panel of Speakers

  • Simon Sloan – Simon is a Head of Function within Asset Management Supervision and is responsible for the supervision of the Medium Low and Medium High impact MiFID firms including stockbrokers, asset and wealth managers and market infrastructure firms. Simon joined the Central Bank of Ireland in 2011. Prior to joining the Central Bank he worked in several stockbroking firms in Operational and Compliance roles.
  • Anne Marie Pidgeon – Anne Marie is team lead on the MiFID / MiFIR transaction reporting team in the Central Bank of Ireland. Anne Marie has worked in a number of roles in the Central Bank including leading the MIFID authorisations team prior to joining the transaction reporting team four years ago.
  • Lorcan Byrne – Lorcan heads up the market infrastructure supervision team within the Asset Management Supervision Division.  Previously Lorcan led an asset management supervision team and has also been involved in the supervision of Irish investment funds. Prior to joining the Central Bank, Lorcan worked in banking and asset management in Ireland and Australia.