In Stockholm on 4 September, this European top-level panel will look into the drivers and obstacles when it comes to cross-border competition among financial market infrastructure operators. Will the EU’s Capital Markets Union initiative make a difference? Consider securing your free conference ticket already today.

The EU is envisioning its Capital Markets Union but so far, financial markets infrastructures have largely remained domestic businesses organised per member state, under scarce competition. (Their supervisory authorities, too, are still national.) Who benefits and loses from this, and what changes could we actually be up for? What setup would best support the continent’s financial market, which – at least on comparison with the US – shows a lacklustre performance?

On the panel, meet top seniors representing European exchanges, CSDs and clearinghouses alike, joined by competition advocate Karel Lannoo (interviewed by PostTrade 360° here).

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PostTrade 360 Nordic 2024

Panellists:
Pierre Davoust, Head of Central Securities Depositories & Member of the Executive Committee, Euronext
Corentine Poilvet-Clédière, CEO, LCH SA, LSEG Post Trade
Ilse Peeters, Head of Government Relationships & Public Affairs, Euroclear SA/NV
Richard Metcalfe, Head, Regulatory Affairs, World Federation of Exchanges
Karel Lannoo, Chief Executive Officer, Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
Moderator: John Siena, Associate General Counsel, Brown Brothers Harriman

Click here for the event website for PostTrade 360° Nordic 2024, where you can sign up to be in Stockholm on 4–5 September, and see the list of the other hundreds of delegates already registered.