Conference producer, FOW

Job Locations UK-London
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(16/01/2024 15:32)
Jan 2024-16656
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About the role

The company is at a turning point in its 25-year history, having recently rebranded to FOW to reflect its central role in the futures and options trading compliance community. As part of this rebrand, the previous Euromoney Trade Data has added news and conference offerings to its core reference data offering.

The conference producer role is an exciting new role at the new FOW and is expected to play an integral part in shaping, managing and growing a portfolio of events catering to the global derivatives industry.


  • Research and identify the key topics to be discussed during the four events in the FOW portfolio – Europe, Amsterdam, India and Asia-Pacific
  • Identify opportunities for new conferences in the FOW portfolio
  • Research and engage with speakers for all sessions, taking into account the sponsor (sell-side) and buy-side imperatives 
  • Keep the wider team updated on all content and speaker developments related to the FOW events
  • Liaise with relevant sales team members to find out what has been sold, and what the deliverables are in terms of speakers/content 
  • Contribute to ensuring all FOW event project deliverables are delivered to a high standard and on time
  • Establish and foster partnerships and relationships with key clients/speakers
  • Work collaboratively across teams – including sales, product, marketing and editorial


  • SRP prospective and existing clients and wider structured product market




  • Very good understanding of the financial market ecosystem and of the wider financial market dynamics
  • Ability to ‘spot the story’ and get straight to the point, while removing unnecessary detail and noise
  • Extensive content research and planning experience, in order to translate market imperatives into content products that enhance SRP’s data offering
  • Strong time management and organisational skills and ability to work across multiple workflows
  • Robust networking skills and ability to develop relationships in a commercial setting
  • Ability to work under pressure and deliver high quality outcomes


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