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2014 National Introducing Brokers Association New York Conference

Oil traders work on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange on February 15, 2012 in New York City.
Oil traders work on the floor of the New York Mercantile Exchange on February 15, 2012 in New York City.
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The National Introducing Brokers Association (NIBA) Presents:

2014 NIBA New York Conference

Join fellow IBs, CTAs, CPOs, APs, regulatory officials and futures industry service providers including the exchanges, FCMs, legal, accounting, compliance, technology, marketing and more for an afternoon of learning, discussion, and networking.

From the economy to compliance, the futures and commodities space is more complex than ever with new challenges and opportunities. Join your peers for the future industry's leading and only non-for-profit conference and participate in the conversation that effects how you do business. Stay informed and grow your business.

NIBA: Established in 1991—the National Introducing Brokers Association (NIBA) is one of the foremost, nationally recognized organizations representing professionals in the futures and options industry.

Topics Include:

Energy Markets Overview

Precious Markets Overview

New Contracts Review

CTA/CPO Minimum Capital Requirements: A solution to what?

AML and other impossibilities for Swaps Registrants

Speakers Include:

Steve Petillo-President NIBA

Rich Strait & Kristi Aupperle, Meeting Co-Chairpersons

Albert Helmig-CEO, Grey House

James Steel-Chief Commodities Analyst, HSBC

Howard Hopkins-Exec Dir, Client Development & Sales, CME Group
Fred Penha-Directors, Metals Products, CME Group

Susan Osmanski-Sr. Manager, Turnkey Trading Partners

Brian Clark- Gen'l Counsel & COO, SCB Derivatives, LLC

John Brand- Managing Director, Compliance, National Futures Association

Date: May 1, 2014

Venue: New York Athletic Club,

Time: Registration 1pm; First Session 2pm; Reception 5pm

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