FOW Regulation 2015 concluded with a panel on Mifid II instruments
With FOW editor Luke Jeffs presiding over
the last panel of the day, flanked by legal representative
Carolyn Jackson, partner at Katten Muchin Rosenman, discussions
at the close of FOW Regulation 2015 turned to commodity
The panel, consisting of Kirstina Combe,
head of regulation at the London Metal Exchange, Jonathan
Marsh, general counsel at Vitol and Mark Kelly, director of
financial services at Abide Financial, examined how the
impending Mifid II rules will bring new oversight and
transparency requirements to the commodity markets.
The new rules are set to extend the scope
of instruments covered by the regulation, end some trading
firms’ exemptions and bring in new directives over
position limits for companies with interests in commodity
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