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November 9 @ 10:00AM US Eastern Time

Members: FREE | Non-Members: $200

On August 6, the US SEC unveiled a timetable for the new consolidated tape plan. What will it take to get the new plan operational in a year? In a separate order, the regulator has also opened the door for competing consolidators. This session will address:

  • Briefly, what is the new consolidated tape plan? How does it differ from the current plan?
  • Is the timeline realistic? Is it genuine or aspirational?
  • What do market participants need to do to prepare?
  • How did the SROs arrive at this plan? What were their considerations?  Do they still have concerns?
  • Who should care about competing consolidators? Just HFTs?
  • What effect will decentralized consolidators have on latency, best execution, and commercial arrangements?


Ed Flynn, Consultant


Kerry Baker Relf, Head of Global Exchange & Core Content Partnerships, Refinitiv

Jeff Kimsey, Head of Data Product Management for Investment Intelligence, Nasdaq

Mark Schaedel, Non-Executive Director & Strategy Advisor, DataBP

Todd Watkins, Senior Director Product Management, TradeStation Group


Susan Helen

Regional Business Manager, Exchange Data & Business, Bloomberg L.P.

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Stephen Dorrian

Senior Director, Head of European Product Strategy – Data and Access Solutions, Cboe Global Markets

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Miguel Ortega

Head of Market Data, Deutsche Bank Securities Tokyo

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Jutta Werner

Director, Global Data Licensing, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG)

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Joyce Tan

Head of Market Data Development & Delivery, SGX Group

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