Dec. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Regulators are rethinking the structure and oversight of European markets, including limits on the amount of trading that occurs on private venues known as dark pools, scrutinizing computerized trading firms, evaluating whether market benchmarks are rigged, and considering a tax on trades. Consensus among banks, exchanges and regulators has proved elusive. How are platforms dealing with lit versus dark pools? How will emerging innovations in fintech impact exchanges and trading platforms going forward? How are regulators and technologists shaping the future of trading?
Veronica Augustsson, CEO, Cinnober Financial Technology
Alasdair Haynes, Founder and CEO, Aquis Exchange
Lane Patterson, Chief Network Architect, Equinix, Inc.
Erich Schlaikjer, Partner and Chief Technology Officer, Cantab Capital Partners
Nandini Sukumar, European Market Structure Correspondent, Bloomberg News