On the 3rd of November 2016, over 300 investment professionals got together at the
" conference of Substantive Research in London.
as one of
the co-sponsors of the event was an active participant. The conference was centered
around the main issue of MiFID II compliance and its implications for the global
broker-dealer and asset management industry, in particular the challenges of timely
compliance for European players. Various panels over the course of the day, covered a
range of topics – CIO perspective on the impending changes; RPA practices; the
regulators’ perspective on the impact points; charging for FICC research; and the role
of technology and platforms to facilitate this change.
ANALEC as a technology company presented its views on a panel that centered around
(service) delivery, payments, tracking and permissioning. As a lead into the conference
Substantive Research conducted a short Q&A with ANALEC, which is enclosed here for your