The conference agenda can be found here.
The experts panel on the second day on "Supply and Demand" is of interest: (Herdrich, Brodie, Ramadan, Sullivan, Saint Hilaire, Vlasic). Not a single dealer representative invited. Good.
UPDATE 13th May 2015
Predictably the reaction from the dealers' lobby is not in any form supportive of these efforts to curb the trade in illicit artefacts, oh no. Far from it. They alienated themselves from the heritage debate a decade or more ago, now they are banging on about how policy and other issues are being debated without them. Their lobbyists are now mudslinging about "the Egyptian Generals' (sic) sponsorship of the Cairo conference" and the (undefined) "nature of the Antiquities Coalition's relationship with the Egyptian Government". And what relationships have representatives of the legitimate trade in antiquities (or indeed the trade in illicit ones) established with governments and heritage officials in the source countries?