The second Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) is one of the most ambitious regulatory reforms introduced by the European Union (EU) following the 2008 financial crisis. The outcome of that crisis led to a political reaction on how far the EU should go in policing the safety and soundness of the financial system which was translated in this regulation.
MiFID II can be broken down into five key themes: market structure, market transparency, trading regime, investor protection, internal controls and governance.
MiFID II will create new requirements for firms and fundamentally alter the structures of certain markets. Unlike MiFID I, certain aspects of MiFID II seek maximum harmonise across European markets. Implementing these changes will provide significant challenges for how firms operate.
This two day workshop will introduce delegates to a framework which aims to identify safe ports while navigating uncertain regulatory and operational changes.
Attending this workshop will enable you to:
The new rules of MiFID II as well as of the relevant delegated acts will be in force on 3 January 2018.
Topics to be covered
Who should attend
This workshop will be of benefit to anyone who is likely to be affected by the changes to be brought in by MiFID II, including senior management, project oversight and those employees responsible for embedding the changes into business as usual including regulatory risk, legal, compliance and operation
DATES: 27, 28 September
DURATION: 14 Hours
LOCATION: EIMF Premises, Nicosia
TIME: 09:00 – 17:00
FEES: HRDA eligible €302, non-HRDA eligible €470 (both + €89.30 VAT)
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Instructor: Christina Livada
Dr Christina Livada is a Lecturer of commercial law at the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Her main fields of specialization are company law, public and private banking and capital markets law, as well as consumer protection law. She is the author of several books and articles in the abovementioned fields. Christina Livada is working for the last fifteen years at the Hellenic Bank Association as a Special Legal Advisor (currently on a part-time basis), responsible for the regulatory issues pertaining to banking, capital markets and consumer protection law. She is a member of the corporate governance Working Group of the Hellenic Corporate Governance Council for the review of the Greek Corporate Governance Code. She is also member of the Hellenic Association of Banking and Capital Markets Law and responsible for the content of the scientific Review Financial Law.
She obtained her PhD from the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 2004. In 1996, she obtained her D.E.A. in International Law (International Private Law and Commercial Law) from the Panthéon-Assas University (Paris II). In 2000 she was awarded a research scholarship from the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law in Lausanne. In 1995 she completed her undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Law of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.