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REFINITIV & ACI AUSTRALIA PRESENT:

Webinar - Assessing the Impact of the FX Global Code

We invite you to join a webinar on Thursday 21 May, where the session panel made up of Dr Guy Debelle Deputy Governor RBA and Chair of the GFXC, discuss the relevance of the Code during the current lockdown/ work from home (WFH) period

Alongside Guy, join Neill Penney, Managing Director and Global Head of Trading - Refinitiv and Vice Chair of the GFXC, Chris Knight, Head of Distribution & Liquidity Optimisation for APAC - XTX Markets, and Mark Lawler – Head of Markets Transformation, Planning and Markets Transformation, Corporate & Institutional Bank, NAB.

Moderating the panel is P&L editor Colin Lambert who will also look to draw out  the key themes from the current three-year review of the Code, including: algorithmic trading and disclosures. 




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Event Info

Date:  21 May 2020

Time:  3:00PM SGT/HKT / 12:30PM IST / 5:00PM AEST

Location:  Webcast

Topic:  Algorithmic Trading and Disclosures 

Panelists: 

Chris Knight,
Head of Distribution & Liquidity Optimisation for APAC - XTX Markets

Dr Guy Debelle,
Deputy Governor - Reserve Bank of Australia

Colin Lambert,
Managing Editor - Profit & Loss Magazine
Executive Board Member - ACI Australia

Neill Penney,
Managing Director and Global Head of Trading - Refinitiv

Mark Lawler,
Head of Markets Transformation, Planning and Markets Transformation, Corporate & Institutional Bank, NAB
Chris Knight,
Head of Distribution & Liquidity Optimisation for APAC - XTX Markets


Chris is the Head of Distribution & Liquidity Optimisation for APAC at XTX Markets. XTX Markets is a leading quantitative-driven electronic cross asset market maker. Chris has over 30 years of FX trading experience. He is a member of the Australian FX Committee, the Global ACI FX Working group and is a director of ACI Australia. 
Dr Guy Debelle,
Deputy Governor - Reserve Bank of Australia


Dr Guy Debelle commenced as Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia on 18 September 2016. He is Deputy Chair of the Reserve Bank Board and Chair of the Reserve Bank's Risk Management Committee. Prior to his current role, Dr Debelle was the Assistant Governor (Financial Markets).


In May 2019, Dr Debelle was appointed Chair of the Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC). Prior to this, he was Chair of the BIS Foreign Exchange Working Group responsible for the development of the Global Code of Conduct for the Foreign Exchange Market as well as Chair of the Australian Foreign Exchange Committee.


Dr Debelle worked at the International Monetary Fund, Bank for International Settlements, Australian Treasury and as a visiting professor in economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He graduated from the University of Adelaide with an honours degree in economics and gained his PhD in economics at MIT under Stanley Fischer and Rudi Dornbusch.


Dr Debelle is a signatory to The Banking and Finance Oath.
Colin Lambert,
Executive Board Member - ACI Australia
Managing Editor -  Profit & Loss Magazine


Colin Lambert joined P&L Services in August 2001 after a 24-year career in the financial markets, predominantly in foreign exchange trading. He joined P&L from MCM Inc, an analytical company focused on the financial markets. Whilst there, Colin managed the flagship CurrencyWatch I product. In his dealing career, he worked in New York, Singapore, Toronto, Tokyo and London for both buy-side and sell-side institutions, in several roles, including chief dealer.
Neill Penney,
Managing Director and Global Head of Trading - Refinitiv


Neill Penney is Co-Head of Trading at Refinitiv where, together with Michael Chin, he is responsible for the Trading business at Refinitiv.  The Trading business provides market data, pre-trade insight, execution capabilities, and transactional workflow solutions for the sales, trading, and research of foreign exchange, rates, credit, equities, and other exchanged-traded instruments.  Refinitiv is one of the world’s largest providers of financial markets data and infrastructure, serving over 40,000 institutions in over 190 countries.  Neill joined Refinitiv in May 2013.


Neill holds positions on several FX industry committees. Currently he is Co-Vice Chair of the Global Foreign Exchange Committee (GFXC); a member of the London FX Joint Standing Committee (FXJSC); and a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's FX Committee (FXC). Previously he has been the London Foreign Exchange Joint Standing Committee’s private sector representative on the GFXC.


Prior to joining Refinitiv, Neill was Managing Director and European Head of Fixed Income E-Trading Strategy at Morgan Stanley until 2009.  Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Neill was Head of Product Strategy at FXall and a member of their Management Committee.  Before joining FXall, Neill was Vice President at J.P. Morgan where he held several quant-related roles within their FX business.


Neill graduated from the University of Oxford with a First Class degree in Mathematics in 1991.


Mark Lawler,
Head of Markets Transformation, Planning and Markets Transformation, Corporate & Institutional Bank, NAB

Mark Lawler is a 27-year financial markets veteran based in Sydney working with National Australia Banks’s (NAB) as Head of Markets Transformation, Planning and Markets Transformation, focusing on driving the regulatory obligations for Markets.  Prior to this role Mark held responsibility for 7 years as the Global Head of FX Trading, Corporate & Institutional Banking, at NAB based in Sydney. 

Prior to joining NAB Mark spent 15 years with Bank of New Zealand (BNZ), based in Wellington, the last 6 years as Chief Dealer, FX Trading. Mark also spent 5 years with HSBC as Chief Dealer NZD Interest Rate Trading based in Auckland and Sydney.

Mark has spent the last 8 years as NAB’s representative on the Australian Foreign Exchange Committee (AFXC,) a representative forum under the sponsorship of the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA). Mark also represented the AFXC on the Global FX Committee in 2018, where Bi Annual formal reviews were undertaken on the promotion and enhancement of the principles presented in the FX Global Code.  Mark has also represented BNZ on the New Zealand Financial Markets Association (NZFMA).


Mark has a MSc in Engineering Geology from Canterbury University, Christchurch NZ.
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