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The line up of speakers for the forthcoming Eighth Annual Finance Dublin Conference, to be held in Dublin Castle on March 26th and 27th, includes some of Europe and the US' most prominent financial markets luminaries.

Discussing the main theme of 'The Development of Transatlantic Financial Services Markets' will be Paul Atkins, SEC Commissioner; Charlie McCreevy, Commissioner for the Internal Market and Services, European Commission; Bob Wigley, chairman EMEA, Merrill Lynch International, and member of the court of the Bank of England; and Sir Andrew Crockett, president of JP Morgan Chase International, and former head of the Bank for International Settlements.

On a similar theme, James Leigh-Pemberton, a managing director with Credit Suisse First Boston, and Patrick L Young, author of 'Capital Market Revolution' and 'New Capital Market Revolution', will discuss the 'Establishment of transatlantic stock exchanges'.

With the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID)a priority for all financial services institutions at present, Anthony Belchambers, chief executive of the Futures and Options Association (FOA) will give his useful insight into this topic.

Another key theme of the two-day event will be, 'How Ireland and other EU centres can benefit from the further integration of EU-US financial services markets', and to address this topic, there will be a number of leading lights from Ireland's international financial services sector.
William Slattery, chief executive State Street, Ireland, will look at 'How Ireland can be made a platform for the delivery of US financial services in Europe', while a panel of chief executives of US and European companies operating in Ireland will address a similar theme. This panel includes Michael Deeny, managing director of DEPFA BANK plc, and Harley Murphy, country manager of Mellon Fund Administration (Dublin.)

From a regulatory perspective, Patrick Neary, chief executive, of the Financial Regulator, will examine, 'The evolution of regulation in Ireland to reflect the future convergence of markets'.

For more on the conference and to register, log-on to: www.financedublin.com/conference/

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