London Stock Exchange Group Stand

Time

Title

Description

Speaker

10:00 – 10:20

Background to London Stock Exchange    Group

Putting London   Stock Exchange into context, covering an overview of its development over   time and its key role in today's markets.

 

Tracey Paul Clark

10:30 – 10:50

Understanding and using trading screens

A brief   explanation of how shares are traded on London Stock Exchange by order-driven   and quote-driven methods, while viewing live market screens.

 

Tracey Paul Clark

11:30 – 11:50

LSE Markets – Main Market, AIM and High Growth Segments

  •   Why do companies go public and what are the   benefits
  •   Understanding the different London Stock   Exchange markets
  •   Overview of the types of businesses on our   markets
  •   A global and diversified investor base
  •   Recent activity on the markets and some recent   case studies

Marcus Stuttard

12:00 -12:20

Embracing Emotions: A new Paradigm for Investors

In contrast to the maxim of ‘invest without emotions’ neuroscience   research has demonstrated that emotions play a key role in investment   decisions. Find out about the role emotions play in your investment decisions   and how you can embrace them rather than control them to enhance your marker   returns.

Steve Ward

12:30 – 12:50

An Introduction to Exchange Traded Products

      
  • Active and passive investment
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  • What are Exchange Traded Products?
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  • The types of ETPs
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  • Why use an ETP?
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  • ETP Structure
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  • Advantages and disadvantages of ETPs
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  • Costs of ETPs

 

Frank Spiteri

 

13:00 – 13:20

London Stock Exchange Trading   Services for Small Cap Equity Securities

 

An overview of how London Stock Exchange allocate small cap stocks to   particular trading services, and why certain small cap securities are suited   to those trading services.

Ian-Patrick Lauder

13:30 – 13:50

ETP Education, Transparency and Product Comparability - Why has it   always been so difficult and what can be done about it?

Peel Hunt, in conjunction with IndexUniverse and Web Financial Group,   are soon releasing a series of resources intended to help retail investors   and advisors alike LEARN, CHOOSE, EXPLORE and MANAGE in the world of index   investing and ETPs.

 

For several years now, independent, unbiased and accessible education   on the ETP vehicle along with accurate ETP information and principled ETP   comparability have remained out of the hands individual investors, advisors   and a surprising number of asset managers.

 

In this session, Brandon Mitchell, ETF Sales and Research at Peel   Hunt, will walk through how these free resources can help those new to ETPs   and seasoned professionals alike improve their knowledge and enhance their   ability to navigate through the rich and ever growing world of ETPs.

Brandon Mitchell

 

14:00 – 14:20

Investing with the Body in Mind: Connecting thinking and sensing for   improved market returns

Investing is not purely a cognitive and rational process. Emotions,   feelings and bodily sensations are all active in the investment process.    The use of gut feel and intuition by investors is often frowned upon   however the reality is that they may be provided an additional edge to your   investment process. Find out more about how you sense the market as much as   you think it and how you can develop and harness your market feel and enhance   your investment decision process.

Steve Ward

14:30 – 14:50

Understanding and using trading screens

A brief   explanation of how shares are traded on London Stock Exchange by order-driven   and quote-driven methods, while viewing live market screens.

 

Tracey Paul Clark

15:00 – 15:20

Introduction to ORB

An overview of basic bond features and how to trade retail bonds on   London Stock Exchange’s Order book for Retail Bonds (ORB).

Alessandro Chiozzi

 

15:30 – 15:50

Introduction to ETFs

Providing an overview of the product, how they work, advantages and   risks.

Lida Eslami

 

15:55 – 16:15

Price, Perception and Predicting Markets: How knowing yourself and   your opponents can improve your investment decisions

Market prices are a result of perception. Your own investment   decisions are a function of your market perception. Learn how developing an   awareness of your own perceptions, and being able to develop insights into   the perceptions of other market participants could help you to improve your   investment decisions.

Steve Ward

16:20 – 16:40

Closing auction

Live   explanation of the auction process that enables the market to determine the   closing prices for all electronically-traded stocks.

 

Tracey Paul Clark