Forex London Network

Posted by on Apr 1, 2014 in Events, Featured, Learning to Trade?, Market News, Uncategorized

Forex London Network

Profit and Loss are a company that specialise in financial markets and business and technology information. They also hold forex events throughout the world and there just so happens to be one in London later this month.

Personally, I thoroughly enjoy going to events such as these. Hearing expert opinions while meeting other traders from the Forex London Network is a great way to spend the day.

On Wednesday 23rd April 2014 Profit and Loss have secured some fantastic speakers and a great variety of subjects for them to speak about. The sessions are as follows:

– Better Execution: Do best execution rules reflect the changing market structure and modern technology available?

– FX Options, The Year We Find Out: Is 2014 the year the ‘new’ options market evolves?

– Vision of the Future: How do service providers react and adjust? How will the industry build an efficient structure for the next decade?

– New Channels, New Challenges: What are the pros and cons of new trading medians and how does the market infrastructure need to adapt to cope?

– Think Tank: Lit, Dark or Dusky? The future of the marketing model.

The speakers we are most looking forward to are Joanthan Wykes and David Holcombe.

Jonathan Wykes is the head of e-FX sales, EMEA and the global head of FX Algo Sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He will be one of the speakers throughout the better execution session. We are keen to hear his experience of when he was a key player in advancing the execution services Algo product from equities into FX.

David Holcombe is the senior MD, FX, Nadaq OMX. David will be speaking about the future and challenges of technology and how existing services will evolve.

What Forex events are you looking forward to this year? Leave us a comment and let us know or get in touch via Twitter, also follow the event by using the hashtag #ForexNetworkLondon and check out @Profit_and_Loss Twitter feed.