External events

Amidst all the alarm bells ringing around ETFs, how can you tell fact from fiction? In this complimentary, one-hour webinar we will attempt to provide a balanced perspective of the key risks incurred when investing in exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Paris, France

As the flagship event in Europe for CFA Institute, the annual European Investment Conference brings together noted researchers, speakers, writers, investment professionals, academics, and experts to examine these unique regional issues and bring you up to speed on a broad range of global investment topics.

Central London

This conference is organized by City & Financial in association with the European Capital Markets Institute in (ECMI), which task force has just launched its report on MiFID II (MiFID 2.0: Casting New Light on Europe's Capital Markets).

Brussels, Belgium

This Brussels debate focused on how Europe can achieve an optimal outcome through ensuring transparent and effective commodity markets in a changing regulatory landscape.

de Warande Club - Brussels

The global financial crisis has brought to light important weaknesses in the functioning of market infrastructures. Historically the middle and back-office segments were addressed purely from an efficiency perspective – but they actually play a major role in mitigating risk and promoting financial stability.


State Street Golbal Markets organises its Annual European Research Conference on the 21st of October 2010 in London. State Street Global Markets is the investment research and trading arm of State Street Corporation. For more than a decade, they have pursued a distinctive research agenda through their partnership with leading academics at State Street Associates, including ECMI.

ECMI participates in the closed roundtable meeting (by invitation only) with Patrick Pearson (Head of Unit Market Infrastructure, European Commission).

European Investment Bank 100a Boulevard Konrad Adenauer L-2950 Luxembourg

MiFID Review Conference, Luxembourg, 30 September
In association with the European Investment Bank

SIX Swiss Exchange Ltd Selnaustrasse 30 Postfach CH-8021 Zurich Switzerland

The Commission is due to review the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID), and come forward with any new legislative proposals in the first quarter of next year.