Markets, Regulatory Trends Focus of Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit

Markets, Regulatory Trends Focus of Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit

New fourth track session takes a look at global trade developments, ag productivity in Brazil and China

A fourth track session has just been added to the agenda for the 8th annual Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit, which will be held Oct. 21-23, 2013 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minn.

Rounding out an agenda that addresses opportunities and challenges across the oilseed and grain sectors, the new track, offered on the last day of the three-day summit, includes:

-An overview of legislative and regulatory trends that will affect futures trading;

-Legal perspective on impending changes in the regulations affecting futures trading;

-How regulatory changes will affect futures execution and compliance; and

New fourth track session takes a look at global trade developments, ag productivity in Brazil and China

-Implications of impending changes in futures regulations and compliance on the supply chain.

Additionally, developments in Brazil, Canada and China will be discussed in detail, including how initiatives in Brazil are turning that country into an agricultural powerhouse; how the expansion of crop production and increasing exports out of Canada are affecting relationships along the value chain; and what impact the continued growth in demand for oilseeds and grains in China is having on global trade flows.

"This new track will complement the in-depth information available at the Summit, which in addition to focusing on the international trade of agricultural commodities, also facilitates a high-level dialogue on the most critical issues facing the oilseed and grain production and processing industries," said Mark Dineen, Summit event director.

Visit www.oilseedandgraintrade.com for event and registration details.

Source: Oilseed & Grain Trade Summit

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