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2022 Annual FIF Chicago Financial Markets Event

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FIF is excited to announce our first in-person Chicago event since 2019. Our partnership with Cboe Global Markets spans over a decade and we look forward to continuing that relationship. This is also the first time the event will be in a new location, as Cboe has moved its offices to the historic Old Chicago Post Office building. Catherine Clay, the Global Head of Data and Access Solutions, will welcome FIF members and give an update on Cboe strategy. Following this, there will be two panels (with audience interaction), one focusing on regulatory issues in the Options space including, but not limited to: 606 for options, OTC options, CAT options and more. The second panel will focus on market data and technology with options. The panelists on the regulatory panel include: Jeremy Kahn of Jane Street, Angela Lucas of Simplex and Nicole Pursley of Cboe. While the panelists for the market data/technology panel include: Melisse Morris of IMC and Jeff Wells of Cboe. Tom Jordan, Head of the FIF Advisory Committee, will moderate both panels.  The event will take place on November 3rd at Cboe's new offices at 433 West Van Buren Street, Chicago, IL 60607. Registration in the lobby begins at 3pm CT, the speaking engagement will be from 4-5:30pm CT with refreshments and networking afterwards from 5:30-7pm CT. FIF would like to thank Cboe Global Markets for sponsoring this event. FIF Members may register for free below, non-members who are interested in attending may contact the program office at fifinfo@fif.com

Event Date Thursday, Nov 3, 2022 3:00 pm
Cut off date Tuesday, Nov 1, 2022 5:00 pm
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