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Unigy 360 Events

Unigy 360 – Rainbox Room, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY April 19, 2018 • 5:30 – 9:30 PM

Keynote Speaker and Panel Moderator: Trish Regan

Trish Regan, one of the most recognized faces in financial journalism, multi-Emmy nominated journalist and author and the current host of The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan on the Fox Business Network daily. Trish will talk about how you can succeed amid global uncertainties, structural economic changes, currency fluctuations and a challenging political environment.

Panel Discussion: Featuring Larry Tabb, the market structure guru and the Founder and Research Chairman of TABB Group, Kevin McPartland, Head of Market Structure and Technology Research at Greenwich Associates and Spencer Mindlin, Capital Markets Technology Analyst at Aite Group.

Special Guest Keynote: Alexandra Lajoux, Chief Knowledge Officer, National Association of Corporate Directors Emeritus

Cocktail Reception

Sip cocktails and enjoy hors d’oeuvres while you mix and mingle with leaders of the global financial markets.

Unigy 360 – Plaisterers’ Hall, One London Wall, London – February 22, 2018

Keynote Speaker and Panel Moderator: Dr. Mark Blyth

Dr. Mark Blyth, Brown University Professor, is acclaimed for his stunning early predictions of Donald Trump’s victory and Brexit and for identifying the phenomenon that he named “Global Trumpism”. Mark provided insights into the interconnected impacts of global politics, economics and markets.

Panel Discussion: Featuring Larry Tabb, the market structure guru and Founder and Research Chairman of TABB Group, Tom Jacques, Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Analyst for Greenwich Associates and David Bannister, Principal Analyst specializing in Financial Technology at Ovum.

Special Guest Keynote: Dr. Kay Swinburne, Vice Chair of the Parliament’s ECON Committee