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Why You Should Attend
This program features a wide-ranging discussion and analysis of the trading and market landscape highlighting areas for potential change, whether from an operational or regulatory perspective. Led by the hosts of PLI’s InSecurities podcast, this lively review covers topics that may raise questions and spur debate including, issues arising from market structure, the practice of Payment for Order Flow (PFOF) and the Best Execution obligation, public vs. private stock price data feeds and the SEC's role as a regulator of competition. Our faculty also address additional questions about market oversight to close this lively discussion.
What You Will Learn
• In the News: Payment for Order Flow and Best Execution—Fair Game or Pay to Play?
• Need to Know: Public vs. Private Stock Price Data Feeds—How they Move Markets
• The Next Frontier: The SEC as a Competition Regulator—A Bridge Too Far?
• Rulemaking and Oversight: Who’s watching the stock markets?
Attorneys, accountants, finance and compliance professionals operating in the securities law and regulation arena should find this program to be informative.
PLI's inSecurities Podcast examines changes to securities rules, regulations and cases from a practitioner’s perspective in both law and accounting. Hosted by Chris Ekimoff, a forensic accountant, and Kurt Wolfe, a securities regulatory attorney, inSecurities is a comprehensive biweekly podcast showcasing practitioner perspectives on changes within the securities field.