ECMI had the pleasure to contribute as knowledge partner and moderate this conference organised by QED. MiFID, the centrepiece of the legislation governing the EU's financial markets is currently undergoing a major review.
On 20 January 2012, leading commodity experts met again in Brussels to discuss on this occasion agricultural commodities —and in particular the role of market infrastructure in allowing greater market access to small producers in the last decade.
The ECMI and CEPS Task Force on commodities price formation discussed, on December 9th, recent developments in global markets for raw materials and base metals commodities.
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).
After months of discussions, the European Commission officially released the draft level 1 text of the new Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) and Regulation (MiFIR) on October 20th.
"Investment banks can save funding costs by running synthetic exchange traded funds that use derivatives to track indices, according to the BIS.
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.
The Task Force on commodities price formation held its third meeting on market structure issues of raw materials and base metals physical and derivatives markets, and in particular for copper, aluminium and iron ore.
After a very successful start last month, this second meeting of the ECMI-CEPS task force on commodities price formation focused on energy commodities.