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WEDNESDAY TICKER: JULY 23RD 2014 - According to a local press reports, the Mobileye initial public offering on Wall Street will be valued at approximately $3.8bn. The original prospectus was for a valuation between $3.5-5bn, making the actual valuation at the lower end of estimates. The Israeli company will offer 8.325m shares at a price of $17-19 per share. The offering will most likely take place in two weeks, when the stock will be traded under the ticker MBLY on the New York Stock Exchange. Mobileye was founded in 1999 and has developed a camera-based system to mount on vehicles in order to aid in collision prevention - Rubicon Minerals Corporation has closed its previously announced bought deal financing of 7,060,000 flow-through common shares of the Company at a price of C$1.70 per Flow-Through Share for aggregate gross proceeds to the Company of C$12m. The Offering was conducted by a syndicate of underwriters co-led by TD Securities Inc. and BMO Capital Markets, and included National Bank Financial Inc. and Canaccord Genuity Corp. The gross proceeds from the offering will be used to incur eligible Canadian Exploration Expenses - BNP Paribas 2nd Quarter 2014 Results will be available on Thursday 31 July 2014 from 6.00 am (London time). A live webcast in English with synchronised slides of the analysts conference call hosted by Lars Machenil, chief financial officer, will be available on the bank’s website starting at 1.00 pm (London time) - After six years of severe recession that led to a cumulative loss of 1.1m jobs, the Greek labour market has started to show signs of recovery says National Bank of Greece. More than two thirds of employment losses in the private sector (730,000 jobs) are due to the closure of about 220,000 micro and small firms (30% of the existing micro and small enterprise population) together with layoffs in this segment. NBG Research’s composite indicator of employment trends, that combines information from forward-looking and coincident indicators, points to an employment growth of +0.6% y-o-y in Q3:2014 (or +20,000 jobs) and +0.9% y-o-y (or +32,000 jobs) in Q4:2014 compared to the same period of 2013 - Trading Technologies International, Inc. (TT), a provider of high-performance professional trading software, says Robbie McDonnell has been transferred to EVP Global Sales from VP/Managing Director of Asia/Pacific. McDonnell will relocate from Sydney to TT’s headquarters in Chicago, where he will report directly to CEO Rick Lane and be responsible for leading TT’s worldwide sales operation - Eze Software Group, a provider of global investment technology, has expanded its Regulatory Filings Manager service to support Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) Annex IV filings. Clients can now leverage the robust functionality of this enterprise reporting solution to generate necessary reports in accordance with the compliance deadlines of AIFMD. Proposed by European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) last year, AIFMD requires that alternative investment funds meet specific risk management standards for better monitoring, measuring, and reporting. Funds need to provide supervisory authorities with detailed investment data on a quarterly or bi-annual basis for increased transparency into funds’ activity. “Our AIFMD solution is a natural extension of all that we have learned in helping our clients file Form PF and CPO-PQR,” explains Michael Hutner, senior managing director and co-head of global sales for Eze Software Group - Cordea Savills, the international property investment management company, has purchased three canal side office buildings in Camden, North London for a total of £14.07m on behalf a corporate pension fund client. The complex is on the former site of the Camden Brewery and comprises three buildings. Elephant House and The Cooper’s Building are Grade II-listed and let to Viacom for over 8 years. The Lock Building is let to a Charity, which offers the potential for redevelopment in the short term as there are mutual break options in 2015. Cordea Savills’ were represented by Fineman Ross and CBRE acted for the vendor, Derwent London -

TradeTech France 2012

TradeTech France 2012 13 February 2012Hotel Pullman, Paris, Tour Eiffel http://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

TradeTech France is a boutique conference exclusively for the electronic trading community of the Francophone nations bringing speakers from across Europe to Paris. At a time when global regulatory change is set to revolutionise market structure in Europe this event, held in French and English languages, offers the buy side a unique opportunity to come together and assess how these sweeping changes, such as MiFID II, will impact their industry and trading system choices.

Speakers will be drawn from across Europe, including heads of trading from leading asset managers, hedge funds and high frequency trading shops (HFT), as well as senior European regulators. Positioned at the start of the year to give a complete regulatory review at a time when European institutions will have just 12 months to fully comply with the directives of MIFID II, EMIR and Dodd-Frank, it is the chance for the French buy side to get into direct conversation with regulators and colleagues and peers from across Europe to interpret the letter and the spirit of the new directives.

Email us at tradetech@wbr.co.uk if you wish to apply for a FREE buy side ticket.

ONE DAY CONFERENCE
CRITICAL ISSUES

TradeTech France is built around senior level panel discussions. The Agenda will offer you critical insight on:

  • MiFID II: First-hand clarity on what you need to change today to comply with the MiFID Review
  • Market structure: Revealing strategies to successfully exploit the different types of fragmentation
  • High frequency trading and its market quality - Is the market better off with or without HFT?
  • Broker selection: Essential techniques and tools to analyse broker performance to ensure you select the best trading partner
  • Dark pools: Optimising your use of dark pools to minimise market impact when executing block trades
  • Trading systems & platforms: The very latest technology innovations and insights to pinpoint and exploit market liquidity
  • Maximising trading efficiency - the shortest routes in tomorrow's market with the lowest latency connectivity

Email us at tradetech@wbr.co.uk to ensure you are one of the first to receive the agenda.

For sell side firms, technology vendors and service providers who have an offering for the French buy side, there is no better place to showcase your solution than at TradeTech France.

A highly focused audience of 100+ senior equity trading professionals will attend, including:

  • Heads of Trading
  • Senior Traders
  • Heads of Connectivity
  • Senior Compliance professionals

From traditional and alternative asset managers, hedge funds and private banks from across France, Switzerland and Belgium

The one day format for this conference means that opportunities to speak at the event are very tightly restricted. To enquire about how to position yourself as a thought leader in the French market please contact us on +44 (0) 207 368 9465 or email tradetech@wbr.co.uk

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