European Capital markets are continuously changing and evolving, and we’ve observed unprecedented change over the past few years in terms of MiFID II, Brexit, and equivalence/non equivalence between venues and markets. As part of Itiviti’s market structure webinar series, we examine and debate in detail the impact of equivalence between EU and Switzerland, as well as look forward as to what this means for market participants, exchanges and vendors.

Listen to the webinar recording for insightful views and an interesting fireside chat.

Speakers include

 

Adam Matuszewski, Head of Equities, SIX Group

Adam Matuszewski joined the Swiss Stock Exchange in 2013 and is now Head of Equity Products and Analytics. He is looking after development of new services, products and quant analytics for the equity market. Adam has a very deep knowledge in the financial sector which he is strengthening by pursuing a PhD in finance with particular research interest in market microstructure and trading dynamics.

     
 

Per Lovén, Strategic Relationship Manager, Itiviti

Per Lovén has over 20 years of experience in capital markets and financial technology. He has held senior roles across the brokerage and Fintech industry, focusing on both buy- and sell-side, as well as exchanges and technology providers. His main areas of expertise cover: Strategy, Market Structure, Regulation, Strategic relationship/partnership development and Business development. Per has a Bsc in Business Administration from Lund University and has also conducted studies at ESCP in Paris and NYU Stern in New York.

     
 

Michael Ludwig, Senior Sales Executive, Itiviti

Michael Ludwig recently joined Itiviti in April 2021 as a Senior Sales Executive in the Frankfurt office covering the Germanic speaking region. Michael spent his 16+ year career working in different organizations in London positioning electronic trading solutions. Not only is Michael results driven, but he has also a deep expertise in sales, trading and consulting. Michael earned a degree in economics from University of Tuebingen and is expanding his knowledge of financial markets by pursuing the CFA programme.

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