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FISD Toronto – Nov. 16 – In-Person

November 16

November 16 @ 2:30-7:00 p.m.

Hosted by Bank of Montreal
100 King St W, First Canadian Place, 68th Floor
Toronto, ON M5X 1A9

Members – Free, Non-members – $500

Our program will highlight thought leadership and member insights from prominent members and industry experts.  After the program, catch up (in person) with your colleagues and make new contacts.

FISD takes COVID-19 very seriously.  FISD will comply with local and national government rules – and the rules/policies of the venue. 

Agenda

2:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Registration and Networking

3:00 - 3:05 p.m.

FISD Opening
Courtney Doyle McGuinn
, Program and Project Director, Americas, FISD

 

3:05 - 3:10 p.m.

Host Welcome
Manon Amyot-Lake
Director and Head, Global Market Data Services, Bank of Montreal

3:10 - 3:55 p.m.

The ‘S’ in ESG - Expectations for Social Impact in 2023 - The Changing Landscape and What to Be Aware of

Why is the 'S' important when it comes to ESG?  What should be on our radar globally, as well as here in Canada?  What regulatory changes can we expect and when can we expect them to become part of company disclosures?  Is our focus on the 'S' in ESG going to change in 2023? 

Moderator - Edward Soffer, ESG Manager, Interactive Brokers
Tanya Seajay, Chief Executive Officer, Orenda
Julie Park, Head of Corporate Sustainability and ESG Investor Relations, TMX Group
Bruce Simpson, Senior Advisor, McKinsey

3:55 - 4:00 p.m.

New Member Introduction
Robert Strawbridge,
VP Head of Canada, Business Development, Options

4:00 - 4:45 p.m.

Complexity of Data Licensing and the Way Forward

Data managers must manage a constantly growing list of data sources which traditionally came from the vendor community and has now expanded to services from exchanges and other execution venues and new sources of “alternative data”. Reporting requirements are different for both exchanges and vendors with a myriad of different sources and subscriptions. Reporting who is using which data can be time consuming as well as costly. Exchange policies are also changing, particularly for non-display and derived data and data usage by apps. With all of these changes, what will the landscape of commercial models look like going forward?

Moderator – Richard Clements, CEO, VendEx Solutions
Melanie Moore, Senior Market Data Analyst, Global Market Data, Bank of Montreal
Vyasan Pillay, Market Data Product Manager, TMX Group
Kerry Baker Relf, Head of Strategic Data Programs, LSEG
Trip Wadleigh, Global Head of Relationship Management, TRG Screen
John White, CEO and Board Member, 3d innovations 

4:45 - 4:50 p.m. 

New Member Update
Kristian Wredstroem
, Business Strategy and Partnerships, Denominator

4:50 - 5:00 p.m.

FISD Closing
Tom Davin
Managing Director, FISD

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Networking Reception @ Elephant & Castle
212 King Street West
Toronto, Ontario
M5H 1K5

SPEAKERS

Vyasan Pillay

Market Data Product Manager, TMX Group

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Trip Wadleigh

Global Head of Relationship Management, TRG Screen

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Tom Davin

SVP and Managing Director, FISD

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Tanya Seajay

CEO and Founder, Orenda Software Solutions, a SIX company

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Robert Strawbridge

VP Head of Canada, Business Development, Options Technology

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Richard Clements

Founder & CEO, VendEx Solutions

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Melanie Moore

Senior Market Data Analyst, Global Market Data, Bank of Montreal

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Manon Amyot-Lake

Director & Head, Global Market Data Services, BMO

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Kristian Wredstroem

Business Strategy and Partnerships, Denominator, Inc.

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Kerry Baker Relf

Head of Strategic Data Programs, LSEG

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Julie Park

Head of Corporate Sustainability and ESG Investor Relations, TMX Group

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John White

CEO, 3d Innovations

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Edward Soffer

ESG Manager, Interactive Brokers

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Courtney Doyle McGuinn

Program & Project Director, Americas, FISD

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Bruce Simpson

Senior Advisor, ESG/Purpose, McKinsey

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