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The Role of an International Derivatives Exchange: Futures & Options Products and Trading Technology

The Role of an International Derivatives Exchange: Futures & Options Products and Trading Technology

seminar date: 
Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 5:00pm
seminar location: 
BC122
Mezhgan Qabool, Vice President of Sell-Side Business Development at EurexExchange
Abstract: 

In this seminar, Mezhgan Qabool will introduce the exchange-traded derivatives markets and discuss the role of an international exchange in terms of products and technology.

Mezhgan will begin with an overview of Eurex as one of the largest derivatives exchanges in the world. She will then give a comparison between the U.S. and European market models. Give your students the opportunity to:

-Learn the similarities and differences in market models between the U.S. and European markets

-Understand the international nature of the global financial markets

-Gain insights into key terms used in the financial press and current issues such as financial reform, high-frequency trading, etc.

-Learn about trading strategies implemented by market participants to help the risk reward dilemma 

 

Bio: 

Mezhgan Qabool is Vice President of Sell-Side Business Development at Eurex Exchange, one of the world’s leading derivatives exchanges.

Prior to joining team in the US, she worked for the Eurex Exchange in Singapore, where she established the Exchange’s branch office. Mezhgan was also involved in assessing market demand for new equity and equity index products. She also worked closely with local regulators to expand the Exchange’s offering in the greater Asia Pacific region.

She began her career in Singapore with the United Nations Women Singapore where she spearheaded projects that focused on the development and advancement of women and children in Southeast Asia.

Mezhgan is a subject matter expert in financial market regulation and holds a Bachelor of Law from Queen Mary University of London.