The conference
IMN is delighted to host the 2nd Annual Derivatives Trading in the Era of Dodd-Frank's Title VII conference, taking place September 16th, 2013 in New York, NY. The Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act is the most significant piece of financial regulation since the Great Depression, passed as a response to the Global Financial Crisis and subsequent recession. The Dodd-Frank Act will have profound impacts on the entire financial industry, but Title VII – the Wall Street Transparency and Accountability Act – will have particular significance for OTC derivatives trading and market participants.

The Derivatives Trading in the Era of Dodd-Frank's Title VII conference will examine how market participants are effectively implementing technology and generating returns with OTC and exchange-traded derivatives within the parameters of new regulation and transparency requirements. The conference will bring together heads of trading desks, COO’s, CTO’s, general counsel and portfolio managers from top banks, pension funds, insurance companies and hedge funds. The conference will also feature exchanges, derivatives trading platforms, financial technology providers, swap execution facilities, clearing houses, broker-dealers, law firms, advisory firms and others concerned with the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on trading. As the Dodd-Frank Act implementation process continues, information exchange and best practice discussion is paramount when equipping your organization with the tools and strategies needed to successfully navigate through the myriad requirements of Title VII in particular. Hear from industry experts on all sides of the issue, from legal experts advising on effective compliance and transparency requirements, to technology providers assessing appropriate enterprise software solutions, to institutional investors exploring cost ramifications and best practice proposals, heads of trading outlining changes made within their own organizations, regulatory organizations demystifying the dense Dodd-Frank Act itself, and many more. The conference will also feature extensive networking opportunities with professionals providing cutting-edge solutions and services to assist your organization. Don’t miss this timely and essential forum in the midst of sweeping regulatory changes that will continue to affect your business in the coming years.
Who should attend
  • Swap Dealers
  • Major Swap Participants
  • Security-based Swap Dealer
  • Major Security-based Swap Participant
  • Back Office Operations
  • Head of Fixed Income
  • Currency and Commodities (FICC) Trading
  • Exchanges
  • Derivatives Trading Platforms
  • Swap Execution Facilities (SEFs)
  • Clearing Houses
  • Trading Technology Firms
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • Chief Operations Officer
  • Head of Trading
  • Broker-Dealers
  • Law firms
  • Advisory
  • Institutional Investors (Traders Portfolio Managers and Chief Investment Officers)
  • General Counsel
  • Legal Counsel

We apologize for inconvenience. No agenda nor preliminary agenda has been posted yet.

Please check back at the later date, or if you wish to contact one of our representatives and/or request information, please see Event Contacts page.

Event Contacts
Managing Director
Andy Melvin
(212) 901-0542
Vice President, Meeting Planning Department
Jill Rowe
(212) 901-1897
Head of Marketing
Matt Gessel
(212) 224-3024
The Union League Club

Phone: 212-685-3800

38 East 37 Street
New York, NY, 10016

Hotel Giraffe

365 Park Avenue South
New York, NY, 10016

IMN does not have a group rate at this hotel.

Phone: 212-685-7700

W Hotel - The Tuscany

120 E. 39th Street
New York, NY, 10016

IMN does not have a group rate at this hotel.

Phone: 212-686-1600

Grand Hyatt New York

Park Avenue at Grand Central Station
New York, NY, 10017

IMN does not have a group rate at this hotel.

Phone: 212 883 1234