On Monday 2 February the Baltic will be hosting a seminar to discuss the proposals and implications of ESMA rule making related to MiFID 2 which may have adverse consequences for the regulatory position of commodity trading companies. Aimed at traders and compliance managers, the intention is to give enough information to encourage some thoughtful response before the MiFID consultation deadline at the end of February.
The event will include presentations from Cargill, offering some insight from a trading angle and also from the commodity regulation division of Norton Rose Fulbright. A Q&A session will follow.
The event will commence at 13.15 and a light lunch will be available.
Baltic Briefings are open to all and free to attend. Email email@example.com to register.