Trading the Block Market Webinar

The Future of Derivatives Webinar Series:

Add Value to How You Trade - Trading the Block Market

In this webinar the panel present Adaptive Pricing and how you can achieve price granularity through multiple block trades. They also summarise the Key Block Trade Requirements and reporting mechanisms for CurveGlobal listed products.

Meet the Panel:

Andy Ross Andy Ross is the CEO of CurveGlobal. In his current role, he is responsible for the management of CurveGlobal as well as CurveGlobal Markets. This role covers Curve's build of open interest, product innovation and key stakeholder management. Andy’s aim is to build CurveGlobal Markets into a best in class fixed income futures derivative exchange. Andy joined CurveGlobal in 2016. Andy was previously a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley where he was the Global Head of Listed Electronic Execution & European Head of Derivatives Clearing
Arif Merali Ian Murphy has a 38 year background in sales and trading in the financial markets. Ian began his career at Phillips & Drew, working on the LIFFE floor at The Royal Exchange before moving to Futures Sales Desk, this was followed by sales and trading roles at Deutsche Bank, RBS and EFG. Prior to joining CurveGlobal Ian ran the State Street EMEA Futures Execution Team. At CurveGlobal Ian has been part of the Business Development Team since November 2016.
Dan Collins Dan Collins is the Head of ED&F Man Cross Asset Desk Mena. With over two decades of experience, his goal continues to be developing a central source of trading across derivatives products. His main responsibilities include developing best execution strategies for futures and options, while leading a team to provide a high level of 24/7 service, commentary and support. Dan was the first to transact a fractional block on CurveGlobal.
Jonathan Farrimond Jonathan Farrimond is a regulatory compliance specialist with 17 years industry experience in derivatives and equities. He provides compliance support to CurveGlobal Markets alongside other LSE Group venues. He has previously held roles at the FCA and CME Group.