Trading Brazil


Grand Hyatt, Sao Paulo , Brazil

10 Sep 2019

 


The event will bring together local and international representatives, covering the entire financial stack.

We invite you to participate in this conference to secure lasting business contacts. Complimentary places available to banks, brokers, funds, asset management firms, prop. traders and CTAs.
FOW Trading Brazil will provide the perfect settings for informal networking with delegates who could be your next clients.
With coffee breaks, lunch and a drinks reception, there will be plenty of opportunities for you to meet and connect with delegates from the region and international decision makers.

 

For more information on sponsorship, contact Hanna DeBank at hanna.debank@fow.com

For event related inquiries, contact Yasmin Okolo yasmin.okolo@globalinvestorgroup.com 

 


 

O evento reunirá representantes locais e internacionais, cobrindo todo o mercado financeiro.

Convidamos você a participar desta conferência para garantir contatos comerciais duradouros.

Ofererecemos lugares de cortesia disponíveis a bancos, corretores, investidores de fundos, empresas de gestão de ativos, investidores e consultores de negociações de commodities.

A FOW Trading Brasil fornecerá o ambriente perfeito para network com participantes que poderão se tornar seus próximos clientes.

Com intervalos (coffee breaks), almoço e uma recepção de bebidas, haverá muitas oportunidades para você conhecer e se conectar com participantes da região e decisores internacionais.

 

Para mais informações sobre patrocínio, contate Hanna DeBank em hanna.debank@fow.com

Para consultas relacionadas ao evento, entre em contato com Yasmin Okolo yasmin.okolo@globalinvestorgroup.com

 

Agenda 

Para a agenda em Português, por favor veja abaixo 


08:15 Registration

09:05 Welcome address

Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group

09:15 Exchange leaders Panel

Senior figures from the major exchanges in the region (Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Mexico) meet to discuss the key challenges and opportunities of trading the region.

  • How healthy is the trading landscape for the region?
  • What are the key opportunities and challenges?
  • What needs to be done to maximize the opportunities and mitigate the challenges?
  • Are regulatory changes required? What role can technology play?
  • How can the exchanges work together to boost trading in the region?
  • What will be the likely effect of the Brazilian political landscape on regulation?

 

Moderator: Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group

Juca Andrade, Client Product and Client Officer, B3
Charles Farra, Executive Director, International Market Development – Latam, CME
Jan Bart de Boer, Chief Commercial Officer, Board Member, ABN AMRO

 

10:00 The outlook for Brazil’s equities market

Brazil’s equities market is trading near an all-time high but it has only a fraction of the listings of countries such as India or China.

  • What needs to happen to encourage greater adoption of the equities markets?
  • What are the necessary regulatory changes? What are the requisite technological enhancements?
  • What role can education play in increasing the adoption of the equities markets? 
  • What is the state of the onshore exchange-traded fund market and what needs to happen to see this market move forward?

 

Moderator: Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group

Richard de Bruijn, Head of Clearing, ABN AMRO
Julio Erse, Director, Portfolio Manager, Constancia Investimentos
Marcio Caires, Chefe de Derivativos, Itaú Securities

 

10:45 Coffee break

11:20 Presentation: Global FX Landscape

Paul Houston, Executive Director, FX Products, CME

 

11:35 Agricultural Commodities

Brazil has established itself as one of the world’s top importer and exporter of commodities so what is the outlook for Brazil’s growing agricultural commodities market?

  • Brazil is a market leader in Coffee, grains such as Soybeans and Corn as well as Sugar – what are the key initiatives in these commodity classes and 
    what are the key issues going forward?
  • What changes are needed to the underlying derivatives products available to further encourage hedgers and traders to use these instruments?
  • What are the opportunities for the largest commodities exchanges to work more closely together to encourage cross-border trade?

 

Moderator: Louis Gourbin, Head of Commodities Products, B3

Fernando Rodrigues, Head of Commodities, XP Investimentos
Marcos Kalache, Head of Commodities, Sweet Trade & Futures Ltd
Luís Barbieri, 
Commodities Specialist

 

12:20 Lunch

13:30 The Future of Brazilian Derivatives

Brazil has established equities and futures markets but what are the prospects in some other asset classes?

  • What have been the key recent innovations in the Brazilian derivatives markets and what do they mean for clients?
  • What new innovations in other regional markets in the US and Europe, for example, could be adopted in Brazil?
  • What are the prospects for options and what are the main opportunities and challenges facing the Brazilian options market?
  • What does the introduction of the Retail Liquidity Provider order mean for the Brazilian market?

 

Moderator: David Klotz, Vice President, Head of Business Development, PhillipCapital

Troy Kane, Director, Head of Business Development, Americas, Citadel Securities
Zhivko Zhelev, Team Leader Brazil Trading, Optiver
Pablo Spyer, Director, Mirae Asset Securities (Brasil) CTVM
José Joaquim Paifer, Founder, Atom Participações

 

 

14:15 Technology Innovation

Technology can play a huge role in the faster evolution of fast-growing markets but where and what technologies can be deployed to greatest effect?

  • Given the current state of the Brazilian market, what are the key technological initiatives in the country?
  • What advantages will these initiatives bring and how will they change the market dynamics?
  • What are some of the future initiatives that the panelists would like to see?
  • What are the pros and cons of speed-bumps in derivatives markets?

 

Moderator: Rafael Mallmann, CEO, MBO Chip

Dennis Fleurbaaij, Technology Lead Quantitative Trading, Optiver
Fábio Perotti Mattos, Head of Electronic Trading Services, Ideal CTVM
Giordano Ferreira, 
Chief Technology Officer, Beyond Soluções

 

15:00 Close of conference & Drinks reception sponsored by 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agenda


 

8:15 Registro

9:05 Boas-vindas com Luke Jeffs, Editor Geral, Global Investor Group

9:15 Painel de Líderes da Bolsa (Exchange)

Pessoas seniores das principais bolsas da região (Brasil, Colômbia, Chile, Peru, México) se reúnem para discutir os principais desafios e oportunidadesdo comércio da região. 

• Quão saudável é o cenário comercial da região? 
• Quais são as oportunidades e desafios principais? 
• O que precisa ser feito para maximizar as oportunidades e mitigar os desafios? 
• São necessárias alterações regulamentares? Qual papel a tecnologia pode desempenhar? 
• Como as bolsas podem funcionar juntas para impulsionar o comércio na região? 
• Qual será o provável efeito do cenário político brasileiro na regulamentação? 

 

Moderador: Luke Jeffs, Editor Geral, Global Investor Group

Juca Andrade, Vice-Presidente de Produtos e Clientes, B3
Charles Farra, Diretor Executivo, Desenvolvimento de Mercado Internacional - Latam, CME
Jan Bart de Boer, Director Comercial, Membro do Conselho, ABN AMRO

 

10:00 As perspectivas para o mercado brasileiro de ações 

O mercado brasileiro de ações está sendo negociado perto de uma alta histórica, mas tem apenas uma fração das listagens de países como a Índia ou a China. 

• O que precisa acontecer para incentivar uma maior adoção dos mercados de ações? 
• Quais são as mudanças regulatórias necessárias? Quais são os aprimoramentos tecnológicos necessários? 
• Que papel a educação pode desempenhar no aumento da adoção dos mercados de ações? 

  • Qual é o estado do mercado de fundos negociados em bolsa onshore e o que precisa acontecer para que esse mercado avance?

 

Moderador: Luke Jeffs, Editor Geral, Global Investor Group

Richard de Bruijn, Chefe de Clearing, ABN AMRO
Julio Erse, Diretor, Gerente de Portfolio, Constancia Investimentos
Marcio Caires, Head of Derivatives, Itaú Securities

 

10:45 Intervalo (coffee break) 

 

11:20 Apresentação: O cenário de câmbio global

 

Paul Houston, Diretor Executivo, Produtos de Câmbio, CME



11:35 Agronegócio

O Brasil se estabeleceu como um dos maiores importadores e exportadores de commodities do mundo, então quais são as perspectivas para as principais classes de commodities? 

  • Brasil é líder de mercado em café, grãos como soja, milho e açúcar - quais são as principais iniciativas nessas classes de commodities e quais são os principais problemas daqui para frente?
  • Quais mudanças, necessárias nos derivativos dos produtos disponíveis, encorajariam os participantes do mercado a usá-los mais?
  • Quais são as oportunidades para as maiores bolsas de commodities trabalharem mais próximas e encorajarem operações inter-bolsas?

 

Moderador: Louis Gourbin, Chefe de Produtos de Commodities, B3

Fernando Rodrigues, Chefe de Commodities, XP Investimentos
Marcos Kalache, Head of Commodities, Sweet Trade & Futures Ltd 
Luís Barbieri,
 Executive Director, Louis Dreyfus Company  

 

12:20 Almoço 

13:30 O Futuros dos Derivativos Brasileiros

O Brasil estabeleceu mercados de ações e futuros, mas quais são as perspectivas em algumas outras classes de ativos? 

• Quais tem sido as inovações mais importantes nos mercados brasileiros e o que significam para os clientes?
• Quais inovações adotadas em outros mercados, como US e Europa por exemplo, poderiam ser adotadas no Brasil?
• Quais são as perspectivas para opções e quais as principais oportunidades e desafios para as opções brasileiras?
• O que representa a introdução do RLP (Retail Liquidity Provider) da B3 para o mercado brasileiro?

 

Moderator: David Klotz, Vice Presidente, Chefe de Desenvolvimento de Negócios, PhillipCapital

Troy Kane, Director, Chefe de Desenvolvimento de Negócios, Americas, Citadel Securities
Zhivko Zhelev, Líder da equipe commercial no Brasil, Optiver
Pablo Spyer, Diretor, Mirae Asset Securities (Brasil) CTVM
José Joaquim Paifer, Fundador, Atom Participações

 

 

14:15 Inovações Tecnológicas

 

A tecnologia pode desempenhar um papel enorme na evolução mais rápida dos mercados emergentes, mas onde e quais tecnologias podem ser implantadas com maior eficácia? 

• Dada a situação atual do mercado brasileiro, quais são as principais iniciativas tecnológicas do país? 
• Que vantagens essas iniciativas trarão e como elas mudarão a dinâmica do mercado? 
• Quais são algumas das futuras iniciativas que os painelistas gostariam de ver? 
• Quais são as vantagens e desvantagens dos speed-bumps (redutores de velocidade) nos mercados de derivativos?

 

Moderador: Rafael Mallmann, CEO, MBO Chip

Dennis Fleurbaaij, Líder Quantitativo em Tecnologia, Optiver
Fábio Perotti Mattos, Chefe de Serviços de Negociação Eletrônica, Ideal CTVM
Giordano Ferreira, 
Chief Technology Officer, Beyond Soluções


15:00 Encerramento da conferência e recepção de bebidas


Speakers


Juca Andrade, Chief Product and Client Officer, B3
Luís Barbieri,
 Commodities Specialist
Marcio Caires,
Head of Derivatives, Itaú Securities 
Richard de Bruijn, Head of Clearing Brazil , ABN AMBRO
Jan Bart de Boer,
Chairman, ABN AMRO
Julio Erse, Executive Director Portfolio Manager, Constancia Investimentos
Charles Farra, Executive Director, International Market Development -  Latam, CME Group
Giodarno Ferreira,
Chief Technology Officer, Beyond Soluções
Dennis Fleurbaaij, Technology Lead Quantitative Trading, Optiver
Louis Gorbin, Head of Commodities Products, B3
Paul Houston, Executive Director, FX Products, CME Group
Luke Jeffs, Managing Editor, Global Investor Group
José Joaquim Paifer, Funder, Atom Participações
Troy Kane, Head of Business Development – Americas, Citadel Securities
Marcos Kalache,
Head of Commodities, Sweet Trade & Futures Ltd
David Klotz, Vice President, Head of Business Development, PhillipCapital
Rafael Mallmann, 
CEO, MBO Chip
Fabio Perotti Mattos, Head of Electronic Trading Services, Ideal CTVM
Fernando Rodrigues,
Head of Commodities, XP Investimentos 
Pablo Spyer, Director, Mirae Asset Securities (Brasil) CTVM
Zhivko Zhelev, Team Lead Brazil Trading, Optiver

 

 

 



 

 

Event Partner


 B3 – Brazilian Exchange and OTC

 

B3 is one of the world’s largest financial market infrastructure providers by market value. The services it offers range from exchange trading, clearing,depository,
trade repository and other post-trade services to registration of over-the-counter (OTC) transactions and of vehicle and real estate loans. We are committed to 
Brazil, our clients, and constant development of the financial and capital markets.

 

 

 

Gold Sponsor


 

CME Group 

 

As the world's leading and most diverse derivatives marketplace, CME Group (www.cmegroup.com) enables clients to trade futures, cash and OTC markets,
optimize portfolios, and analyze data – empowering market participants worldwide to efficiently manage risk and capture opportunities. CME Group exchanges 
offer the widest range of global benchmark products across all major asset classes based on interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, energy, agricultural 
products and metals.  The company offers futures trading through the CME Globex® platform, fixed income trading via BrokerTec and foreign exchange trading on
the EBS platform.  In addition, it operates one of the world's leading central counterparty clearing providers, CME Clearing.  With a range of pre- and post-trade 
products and services underpinning the entire lifecycle of a trade, CME Group also offers optimization and reconciliation services through TriOptima, and trade 
processing services through Traiana.

 

 

Silver Sponsor


ABN AMRO Clearing

ABN AMRO Clearing is recognised as a leading provider for integrated solutions in clearing, execution, custody, financing and risk management across asset classes, on
global financial markets. 

Part of ABN AMRO Group, ABN AMRO Clearing has 11 offices globally employing more than 800 staff and processing over 18 million trades daily. ABN AMRO Clearing 
services clients on 160+ exchanges, MTFs and FX liquidity centres. 

ABN AMRO Clearing consistently ranks amongst the top 2 clearing firm on most relevant derivatives exchanges globally. ABN AMRO Clearing offers an integrated approach
to global transaction processing, with integrated risk management generating capital efficiencies for our clients. 

The ABN AMRO Clearing service offering is tailored to service Principal Trading groups, Brokers, Energy and Commodity trading entities as well as to service Hedge Funds
that apply strategies in multiple asset classes based on CTA/Managed Futures; Relative Value Arbitrage, volatility and long/short positions. Our innovative services include
synthetic products and Risk Management of the investment portfolio based on correlation between asset classes. Investment firms particularly value our sound balance 
sheet, a high level of asset protection and operational excellence.

 

 

Citadel Securities

 

 

Citadel Securities is a leading global market maker, delivering a broad array of fixed income and equity products to banks, broker-dealers, government agencies,
corporations, insurers, and sovereign wealth funds. Through innovation and efficiency, the firm provides liquidity with the goal of driving price discovery in more
than 35 countries and making markets more competitive, open, and transparent. Since its founding more than 15 years ago, Citadel Securities has cultivated a
culture of excellence, assembling the brightest minds in trading, technology, and the sciences to make better markets for a better world.

 

 

 

Ideal CTVM

 

 

 

 

 

Ideal CTVM is an independent and highly automated broker dealer focused on delivering execution services to local and international clients that wish to trade Brazil. 
Already a leading reference in electronic trading in Brazil just a few months since starting its operations, Ideal combines cutting edge technology and creativity to foster 
innovation, while generating operational agility and efficiency to clients. With a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals, it offers tailor-made solutions and 
packaged financial services, including hardware acquisition and end-to-end trade support. It ranks 1st in Exchange Traded Derivatives and is top 5 in Cash Equities.

 

 

Optiver

 

Over 30 years ago, Optiver started as a single trader on the floor of Amsterdam’s European Options Exchange. Today, we are a leading global electronic market
maker focused on pricing, execution and risk management. With a dedicated team of traders we entered the Brazilian market and after 8 years remain the #1
options market maker on B3.

Consistent, competitive and fair prices – that’s what we stand for. Our independence allows us to objectively meet the liquidity needs of institutional investors in a
rapidly changing financial landscape and has made Optiver a counterparty of choice. By combining sophisticated technology and a thorough understanding of the
financial markets, we offer tight spreads and have the capacity for large block-size trades in a wide range of financial products around the world, even under the
most difficult market conditions.

True to our principles, Optiver charges zero commissions – what you see is what you get. www.optiver.com  

 

 

Coffee Break Sponsor


 

Optiver

 

Over 30 years ago, Optiver started as a single trader on the floor of Amsterdam’s European Options Exchange. Today, we are a leading global electronic market
maker focused on pricing, execution and risk management. With a dedicated team of traders we entered the Brazilian market and after 8 years remain the #1
options market maker on B3.

Consistent, competitive and fair prices – that’s what we stand for. Our independence allows us to objectively meet the liquidity needs of institutional investors in a
rapidly changing financial landscape and has made Optiver a counterparty of choice. By combining sophisticated technology and a thorough understanding of the
financial markets, we offer tight spreads and have the capacity for large block-size trades in a wide range of financial products around the world, even under the
most difficult market conditions.

True to our principles, Optiver charges zero commissions – what you see is what you get. www.optiver.com  

 

 

Drinks Reception Sponsor


 

Citadel Securities

 

 

Citadel Securities is a leading global market maker, delivering a broad array of fixed income and equity products to banks, broker-dealers, government agencies,
corporations, insurers, and sovereign wealth funds. Through innovation and efficiency, the firm provides liquidity with the goal of driving price discovery in more 
than 35 countries and making markets more competitive, open, and transparent. Since its founding more than 15 years ago, Citadel Securities has cultivated a
culture of excellence, assembling the brightest minds in trading, technology, and the sciences to make better markets for a better world.

 

 

Supporting Partner


 

 BGC Liquidez

 

 

 

 

BGC Liquidez is a leading independent broker fully owned by BGC Partners (5.4 billion net worth, listed at NASDAQ as BGCP.US) with offices in São Paulo,
Rio de Janeiro and Miami. Having more than 50 years’ experience in Brazilian financial landscape, and with the most complete suite of products and markets,
BGC Liquidez is full member of B3 Exchange for execution and clearing services on agency mode with a large footprint on a big variety of assets: Futures,
Equities, Bonds, various OTC and derivatives markets for all sorts of institutional players (locals and foreigners). No matter if high-frequency or voice trading,
BGC Liquidez specialized teams will provide the right solution for you, from pre-production to fully integrated trade and post trade, from point and click solutions
to complex integrated infrastructures, off the shelf or tailor-made.

 

 

 

 

 

MBOCHIP

 

 

 

 

MBOCHIP offers the fastest and most deterministic algorithms and trading APIs for each market that they cover. The company has delivered market data, order entry
and tick-to-trade APIs to B3 (Brazil), CME (Chicago) and NSE (India) trading community. MBOCHIP 's portfolio also includes a leading-edge and lowest latency algorithmic
trading platform for equities and derivatives in Brazil. MBOCHIP roots are in high-performance computing and microelectronics, which instilled them with some important
lessons about the process of creating specific niche solutions: how to make things different than usual; that imagination should be tempered by practical engineering; and
that no matter how fast the solution is it only works if it is reliable. MBOCHIP has been privileged to earn the repeat business of loyal customers, including some of the
world’s largest banks, proprietary trading firms and multimarket funds (so-called fundos multimercado, which come closest to hedge funds in Brazil).

 

 

 

Media Partner 


 

 

Somos uma plataforma digital de informações e oportunidades para o mercado econômico, financeiro e de investidores,
que desde 2000 conecta investidores, informações e investimentos nas diferentes mídias digitais - site, redes sociais e aplicativos.
Oferecemos conteúdo atualizado e de qualidade sobre as principais companhias de capital aberto brasileiras, tendências e novidades do
mercado financeiro, eventos, análise de investimentos, artigos e muito mais.

We are a digital platform of information and opportunities for the economic, financial and investors markets,
which since 2000 connects investors, information and investments in the different digital media - website, social networks and app.
We offer up-to-date and quality content about the main brazilian stock exchange participants companies, trends and news from the
financial market, events, investment analysis, articles and much more.

 

 

Grand Hyatt


 
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