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Competition Law Challenges in the Financial Services Sector

Discuss current policies and legal developments in Europe and master legal complexities in today’s critical financial climate
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Expert speakers include
Manish Das Head of Competition Law Lloyds Banking Group
Paula Riedel Partner Linklaters
Tom K Cassels Partner Baker & McKenzie
Gerben Pauwels Senior Legal Counsel KBC
Discuss the crucial issues
Key points covered at IBC Legal's Competition Law Challenges in the Financial Services Sector 2015
What Past Attendees Have Said
"Well organised and very informative. Good split between speakers and panel debate."
M Trower
Osborne Clarke
"Informative, interesting and enjoyable!"
L F Pereira
HM Treasury
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Crucial competition law & policy developments including several recent cases: Forex, CDS, Libor, Euribor

Obtain expert advice and a practical solutions for your everyday work

Helping you remain on the outlook for new strategies to further enhance your compliance programme

Discuss practical issues & prepare for the legal challenges ahead

• Private enforcement
• Cartels
• Cooperation agreements
• State aid

Hear practical challenge debates

Commission and NCAs officials, practitioners and in-house counsel will debate practical challenges and potentially anti-competitive business practices to avoid enforcement actions.

IBC Legal's event Competition Law Challenges in the Financial Services Sector 2015

Providing you with a crucial update on the latest regulatory and competition law developments

The interplay between regulation and competition law still causes a great deal of confusion.

Legal advisors need to keep abreast of the latest legal and regulatory developments to draw clients’ attention to potentially anti-competitive business practices and to avoid the possibility of public or private enforcement and significant fines.

IBC Legal Conferences
is proud to announce its insightful one-day conference “Competition Law Challenges in the Financial Services Sector, providing you with an update on recent case law, including Forex, CDS,Libor, Euribor, enforcement and on-going investigations, including Visa and MasterCard.

At this cutting-edge event you will have the opportunity to discuss follow-on damages, cartel risks and compliance strategies.

Join us in London to learn how to mitigate competition litigation and how to enhance cooperation agreements.

Line-up of speakers for IBC event Competition Law Challenges in the Financial Services Sector 2015 include:

  • Johan Ysewyn, Covington & Burling
  • Peer Ritter, DG Comp, European Commission
  • Gerben Pauwels, KBC
  • Scott McInnes, MasterCard | Law and Franchise Integrity (LFI)
  • Dr Lorenzo Coppi, Compass Lexecon
  • Manish Das, Lloyds Banking Group
  • Paula Riedel, Linklaters
  • Oliver Bretz, Euclid Law
  • Anthony Maton, Hausfeld & Co
  • Daniel Beard QC, Monckton Chambers
  • Tom K Cassels, Baker & McKenzie

Key areas of focus include:

  • Recent development, including Forex, CDS, Libor, Euribor
  • On-going investigations, including Visa and MasterCard
  • Interplay between competition law and regulation
  • Competition compliance
  • Private enforcement
  • State aid and its impact on the industry
  • Cartels
  • Cooperation agreements
  • Payment systems

View the latest Competition Law Challenges in the Financial Services sector conference agenda for more information.

Don’t miss out on this event – attend to:

  1. Gain an update on crucial competition law policy developments affecting in the financial services sector
  2. Discuss recent legal and regulatory developments such as the Libor, Visa and MasterCard
  3. Obtain expert advice and practical solutions for your everyday work
  4. Remain on the outlook for new strategies to further enhance your compliance programme

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(updated 28 March 2015)

Other events that might interest you:

The 17th Annual Residential

EU Competition Law Summer School 2015

10 Aug 2015 - 14 Aug 2015
Downing College, Cambridge, UK


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