Rochelle (Shelly) Antoniewicz
Senior Director of Industry and Financial Analysis
Investment Company Institute
Rochelle (Shelly) Antoniewicz is Senior Director of Industry and Financial Analysis at the Investment Company Institute (ICI) where she conducts research on the structure and trends of the US and global ETF, mutual fund, and closed-end fund industries and on the equity and bond markets in the US and globally. Since the financial crisis of 2007-2008, Shelly also has contributed heavily to analysis on financial systemic risks in the US and more recently in the global arena. She also conducts economic analysis to better understand the costs, benefits, and impacts of proposed laws and regulations governing mutual funds and ETFs (e.g. summary prospectus, Rule 12(b)(1), Rule 30(e)(3), and derivatives). Prior to joining ICI in 2005, Shelly spent 13 years as a staff economist and Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Board. She earned a BA in Management Science from the University of California, San Diego and an MS and PhD in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
P. Georgia Bullitt is a partner in the Asset Management Group, focusing on securities and derivatives trading issues, regulation of broker-dealers, investment advisers and other financial intermediaries, and trade-related documentation. Her experience also includes advice on structured products, regulation of foreign exchange (including questions regarding retail forex), and private banking.
Chambers USA - 2017 named Georgia as a Recognized Practitioner in the area of Financial Services Regulation: Broker Dealer (Compliance). Georgia is also recognized by Best Lawyers in America in the area of Private Funds/Hedge Funds Law.
Senior Regulatory Policy Advisor
European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA)
Federico Cupelli is senior regulatory policy advisor at EFAMA. He is in charge of ETF-related issues and is presently covering a number of relevant IOSCO initiatives in this field. He also covers UCITS-related matters, as well as other EU dossiers affecting buy-side activities. Before joining EFAMA in September 2014, Federico worked for three years as a senior advisor in the asset management regulation policy division at the French Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF) in Paris, covering a series of asset management-related initiatives within ESMA, as well as globally at the FSB and IOSCO-levels. Prior to the AMF, Federico was working as policy officer at the European Commission DG Internal Market, in charge of preparing the “UCITS V” initiative. He has a Masters Degree in International Economics & Affairs from the Johns Hopkins University in the U.S. and a Certificate in Investment Management from the London Business School.