Next week, more than 200 FX professionals will gather at Forex Network New York to hear industry leaders debate the most pressing issues in the market today.
May 25 marks the release of the Global Code for the FX industry – a global set of principles guiding good market practice – which has been developed by The Bank for International Settlements’ )BIS) FX Working Group, which consists of market participants as well as central banks from 16 jurisdictions.
James Bergin, SVP and deputy general counsel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, will introduce a panel that will discuss the issues of note within the Global Code.
The 2017 Profit & Loss Forex Network New York Conference in pictures.
Profit & Loss Forex Network New York took place on May 25, coinciding with the publishing of the FX Global Code of Conduct. More than 300 senior FX executives from across the banking and buy sides, as well as technology service provider sectors came together to discuss the most pressing issues facing the FX industry, including how to comply with the newly minted Global Code.
The full-day conference featured a new Sponsors’ Lounge, where attendees gathered to network between business sessions and demo the latest technology on offer.
The Profit & Loss Hall of Fame induction and The FoXys Readers’ Choice Awards took place over lunch, where the room was packed for a special honoree, Rita Saverino, and two-dozen banks, platforms and technology providers were recognized for outstanding services.
Profit & Loss’ annual New York conference is set for this Thursday, May 24 at the Crowne Plaza, Times Square and features a host of sessions looking at the world of crypto as well as more traditional FX issues such as the role of currency managers and the future of electronic trading.
The programme kicks off with CFTC COO and chairman Chris Giancarlo’s chief of staff Mike Gill, discussing “Keeping Pace with Cryptos” and then continues with a P&L BURST session in which Brian Liston, co-founder of Seed discusses a new approach to trading cryptos.