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Profit & Loss Events

Profit & Loss Toronto 2016

June 9th 2016

Profit & Loss Toronto 2016

The Fairmont Royal York

Canada

COST:

Non-Exhibiting Vendor: CAD995
Free to attend for the buy-side and local bank attendees

The definition of “Buy side” firms means end user clients (ie, investing institutions such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, hedge funds, CTAs, asset managers, and corporates). Buy side firms may have investors as clients, but have no trading clients. Technology, platform and service providers of any type, including broker-dealers and prime of primes that may be clients of other firms but have trading clients of their own, do not fall into the definition of “buy side” firms.

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Profit & Loss Scandinavia 2016

September 13th 2016

Profit & Loss Scandinavia 2016

Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel

Denmark

COST:

Delegate (excluding Scandinavia): GBP£250
Non-Exhibiting Vendor: GBP£995
Free to attend for the buy-side and bank attendees based in Scandinavia

The definition of “Buy side” firms means end user clients (ie, investing institutions such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, hedge funds, CTAs, asset managers, and corporates). Buy side firms may have investors as clients, but have no trading clients. Technology, platform and service providers of any type, including broker-dealers and prime of primes that may be clients of other firms but have trading clients of their own, do not fall into the definition of “buy side” firms.

Further details will be available in coming weeks


Forex Network Chicago 2016

September 28th 2016 to September 29th 2016

Forex Network Chicago 2016

The Westin Chicago River North

United States

COST:

Delegate: USD$1050
Non-Exhibiting Vendor: USD$2500
Free to attend for the buy-side

The definition of “Buy side” firms means end user clients (ie, investing institutions such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, hedge funds, CTAs, asset managers, and corporates). Buy side firms may have investors as clients, but have no trading clients. Technology, platform and service providers of any type, including broker-dealers and prime of primes that may be clients of other firms but have trading clients of their own, do not fall into the definition of “buy side” firms.

Further details will be available in coming weeks

Profit & Loss Shanghai 2016

November 15th 2016

Profit & Loss Shanghai 2016

Grand Hyatt Shanghai

China

COST:


Non-Exhibiting Vendor: USD$1495
Free to attend for the buy-side and bank attendees based in Asia

The definition of “Buy side” firms means end user clients (ie, investing institutions such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, hedge funds, CTAs, asset managers, and corporates). Buy side firms may have investors as clients, but have no trading clients. Technology, platform and service providers of any type, including broker-dealers and prime of primes that may be clients of other firms but have trading clients of their own, do not fall into the definition of “buy side” firms.


Profit & Loss Singapore 2016

November 17th 2016

Profit & Loss Singapore 2016

The Westin Singapore

Singapore

COST:

Non-Exhibiting Vendor: USD$1495
Free to attend for the buy-side and bank attendees based in Asia

The definition of “Buy side” firms means end user clients (ie, investing institutions such as mutual funds, pension funds, insurance companies, hedge funds, CTAs, asset managers, and corporates). Buy side firms may have investors as clients, but have no trading clients. Technology, platform and service providers of any type, including broker-dealers and prime of primes that may be clients of other firms but have trading clients of their own, do not fall into the definition of “buy side” firms.