Katten will present "Zero to Sixty (Seconds): Electronic Trading Trends in Derivatives Markets and Emerging Technologies in Financial Services" at 4:00 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, June 29. The hybrid event, presented both virtually and in Katten's New York office, will consist of two panel discussions with representatives from Tradeweb, Crypto.com, and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, and Katten speakers including Financial Markets and Regulation partners and co-chairs Dan Davis and Carl Kennedy; Financial Markets Litigation and Enforcement partner and chair Chris Kemnitz; and Financial Markets and Funds senior counsel Gary DeWaal, partner Stephen Morris and associate Alexander Kim.

The first panel will discuss an overview of the current rules governing off-exchange futures and block trades in swaps; new block sizes; new MAT determination/submission and recent trends in disruptive trading surveillance and enforcement, and the second panel will cover crypto developments and electronic trading trends and AI and Quantum computing.

For more information, contact Mary Nardi.

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