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Buy Side - Asset Managers | CTAs | Hedge Funds | Pension Funds

Platform Evaluation Day and Main Conference

$499 $0
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  • FX eTrading Evaluation Day 13th February
  • Main Conference - 14th - 15th February
  • 12+ Interactive Sessions
  • All meals and refreshments during the conference
  • Drinks Reception
  • Access to speakers presentations post event
  • Pre event evening networking drinks
  • LIMITED AVAILABILITY
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Main Conference

$499 $0
Register Now | Save $499
  • Main Conference - 14th - 15th February
  • 12+ Interactive Sessions
  • All meals and refreshments during the conference
  • Drinks Reception
  • Access to speakers presentations post event
  • Pre event evening networking drinks
  • LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Register

Sell side, Market Makers and Liquidity Providers

Main Conference

$2,549 $2,049
Register by 21st November | Save $500
  • 2 Day Conference
  • Main Conference - 14th - 15th February
  • 12+ Interactive Sessions
  • All meals and refreshments during the conference
  • Drinks Reception
  • Access to speakers presentations post event
Register

Vendor

Main Conference

$3,199 $2,599
Register by 21st November | Save $600
  • 2 Day Conference
  • Main Conference - 14th - 15th February
  • 12+ Interactive Sessions
  • All meals and refreshments during the conference
  • Drinks Reception
  • Access to speakers presentations post event
Register

Buyside Comp Passes and Cancellation Fee

By registering online you agree to Worldwide Business Research charging a “no show” compensation fee of $500 if either:

a) you or a nominated replacement fails to send a cancellation notification in writing within 7 days of the booking date

or

b) if a booking made within 4 weeks prior to the first day of the conference is cancelled.

Who is eligible for a complimentary buy side pass:

‘Buy side’ firms are any end user client who have AUM on their books and do not have any trading clients – so buy side firms are asset managers, hedge funds, mutual funds, insurance companies, pension funds, CTAs and corporates.

Any firm that have trading clients of their own- sell side tier 1, 2 and 3 banks, broker dealers, prime brokers, prime of primes, ETF providers (including asset manager ETF issuers), technology providers, platforms and venues- do not fall into the definition of a ‘buy side’ firm.